Regency Floats is a UK based family owned company formed more than 40 years ago, specialising in the supply of quality Horse Floats. Regency Floats have the reputation for providing high quality, well appointed, safe horse floats at realistic prices. As an Equestrian Family, Regency understand the requirements important for Horse Float manufacture and design. Regency Float are made for horses first and humans second, with safety being paramount. Years of experience with horses and transportation have resulted in the current generation of Regency Floats.
Having our own dedicated factory workshop at our Vineyard location, we ensure every Regency float heads off to it’s new home in pristine condition, ready for it’s working life. We can also service and repair Regency Floats, as and when required.
Regency Float’s is a family owned business run by James, Katie and Jo Stewart. The Stewart’s currently have 15 horses at their family home. James and Jo’s daughter Katie, who is a main sales person at Regency, has FEI Dressage Warmbloods and show horses, as well as their youngest daughter Sophie having show ponies. With a big horsey background and still having horses, James, Katie and Jo all know how important it is to have only the best and safest transport for your horse, at a reasonable budget.
The Stewart Family’s Equestrian History dates back generations, most memorably in Scotland where James’s father, Charles Stewart became the Jedburgh or Jethart Callant in 1962.
The Jethart Callant Festival continues to this day and the old name for Jedburgh is Jethart. The Callants Festival is a long celebration marked by several traditional Common Riding and other local events, culminating in Festival Day on the Friday. It dates back to the mid Twentieth century but commemorates events much further back in the history of the town. The first Rideout on the Sunday afternoon commemorates the town’s alliance with Kelso during the troubled times of the Border Reivers; the Callant meets the Kelso Laddie and wreaths are laid at Morebattle War Memorial. The fifth Queen’s Ride follows the route that Mary Queen of Scots took to visit the wounded Earl of Bothwell at Hermitage Castle. On Festival Day itself here is a final Rideout to Ferniehurst Castle with special local songs and music. More information can be found at: