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Hunting Ponies: Youngstock

Beautiful registered Connemara gelding

Ref #: 171802
  • A perfect contender for inhand showing this year
  • Lovely floating paces and very straight
SOLD! Sold first viewing
  • Connemara
  • Grey
  • Gelding
  • 3 years
  • 14.1 hands
  • A perfect contender for inhand showing this year
  • Lovely floating paces and very straight

This gorgeous cheeky chap is currently standing at 146cm. Sire Ballyard Prince, his prodigy are doing well showjumping and eventing. He acts and looks a lot older then he is, a perfect contender for inhand showing this year.

He went to his first show and was a star not putting a foot wrong all day. Lovely floating paces and very straight. No lumps, bumps or blemishes.

He's good with the farrier, to bath, catch and box.

5* home is very important. vaccinated and wormed up to date.

Based Easingwold, York

Ballyard prince

Competition Pony

Ref #: 170783
  • Has a serious jump on him
  • Careful and bold with a super technique
  • Sure to catch the judges eye
  • Sport Horse
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 3 years
  • 14.2 hands
  • Has a serious jump on him
  • Careful and bold with a super technique
  • Sure to catch the judges eye

Top class jumping pony for the future.

This pony is special. He's by the famous Jumbo; the sire of Avebury and Headley Britannia, and 45 advanced event horses. Jumbo is the leading event sire of all time and still tops the 2016 sire BE rankings. Pablo is out of my argentine polo pony mare, who is playing with a 1 goal player. She is the most wonderful servant with the kindest nature and continues to play into her late teens.

This chap has a serious jump on him, and without a doubt will be a top competition pony. He is careful and bold with a super technique. He floats across the ground and is beautifully put together, he'll be sure to catch the judges eye. The best thing about this lad is his approach to life, he has a happy can do disposition, the dam had the most wonderful temperament and Jumbo is renowned for producing straightforward stock.

He is for sale to a super home only. He wouldn't be going anywhere if he were 16.2. If he's not sold he'll be broken for polo.

I would however love to see him taken down the FEI event pony route.

He has serious potential for this job and I'm looking for a serious home for him.

Jumbo Skippy



Ref #: 22412

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