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Dartmoor Ponies

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Pumphill Crusade

  • Dartmoor
  • Chestnut
  • Gelding
  • 12 years
  • 111.8 cm

Pumphill Crusade

Fantastic lead rein pony

Ref #: 180158
  • Lead rein schoolmaster
  • Has taken both my daughters through lead rein classes at county level with great success
  • Loves to jump and has successfully competed in WHP lead rein classes
  • Dartmoor
  • Chestnut
  • Gelding
  • 12 years
  • 111.8 cm
  • Lead rein schoolmaster
  • Has taken both my daughters through lead rein classes at county level with great success
  • Loves to jump and has successfully competed in WHP lead rein classes

Lead rein schoolmaster. 12 years approx 11hh.

Fantastic temperament. Now very sadly outgrown. He has taken both my daughters through lead rein classes at county level with great success and has been part of our family 6 years.

Easy to do in all ways. Goes barefoot.

Loves to jump and has successfully competed in WHP lead rein classes.

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Treworgan Timelord

  • Dartmoor
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 6 years
  • 118 cm (AHC)

Treworgan Timelord

Dramatically Reduced, as bigger pony needed

Ref #: 175859
  • Top class Junior / open Ridden
  • Fantastic Breeding - Out of Hoys & RI winner Treworgan Sandpiper
£2,000 ono
  • Dartmoor
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 6 years
  • 118 cm (AHC)
  • Top class Junior / open Ridden
  • Fantastic Breeding - Out of Hoys & RI winner Treworgan Sandpiper

Toby is a quality Dartmoor capable of going all the way

He is straight moving, clean limbs and excels in everything you ask of him. He is fully capable of competing to the highest standard.

Toby has an excellent jump, would make a brilliant workers pony !!

He hacks out alone or with friends, Fantastic fun pony.

He is extremely well schooled just needing a little more experience

He has won every time out competing in Novice and Junior ridden classes

Toby is very laid back in the stable, He has been handled by children and has no vices. Superb temperament, very kind, sweet and cheeky

10* home wanted for this very special pony. Sadly for sale as Jockey outgrown

More pictures available on request

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DARTMOOR PONY SOCIETY

Mrs V. Brown (Hon Secretary)

Swn-Yr-Afon, Thornhill Road, Cwmgwili, SA14 6PT

Telephone: 01269 844303 - Email:  secretary@dartmoorponysociety.com

Web-Site:  www.dartmoorponysociety.com

 

The Dartmoor Pony - Breed Standard

Height  - Not Exceeding 127 cm (12.2hh)

Colour - Bay, brown, black, grey, chestnut, roan. Piebalds and Skewbald are not allowed. Excessive white markings are disliked & should be discouraged

Head - Should be small, well set on and bloodlike, with the nostrils large and expanding and the eyes bright, mild, intelligent and prominent. The ears should be small, well formed, alert and neatly set. The throat and jaws should be fine and showing no signs of coarseness or throatiness

Neck - Strong but not too heavy and of medium length. Stallions have a moderate crest

Shoulders - Good shoulders are most important. They should be well laid back and sloping, but not too fine at the withers

Body - Of medium length and strong, well ribbed up and with a good depth of girth giving plenty of heart room

Loins & Hindquarters - Strong and well covered with muscle. The hind quarters should be of medium length and neither level nor steeply sloping. The tail is well set up

Hind Legs - The hocks should be well let down with plenty of length from hip to hock, clean cup and with plenty of bone below the joint. The should not be "sickle" or "cow-hocked"

Fore Legs - Should not be tied in, in any way, at the elbows. The fore-arm should be muscular and the knee fairly large and flat to the front. The cannon should be short from knee to fetlock with ample good, flat, flinty bone. The pasterns should be sloping but not too long. The feet should be sound, tough and well shaped

Movement - Low straight and free-flowing, yet without exaggeration

General - The mane and tail should be full and flowing. The Dartmoor is a very good looking riding pony, sturdily built yet with quality

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