Facebook Banner - Site wide
Close X
41" Registered Standard Shetland
Add to my Stable

41" Registered Standard Shetland

Shetland, Black, Mare, 7 years, 104 centimetres

Pippin has proven herself both on and off the lead rein, from the tiniest tots and being used for pony parties to hunting and jumping. Would happily hack out alongside an adult mounted or on foot.

Forward going but sensible and responsive, loves children and happy to be handled by all ages and have kids climbing all over her! Easy to do.

Has been shown in hand, under saddle and done all pony club activities. Would be eligible to qualify for Shetland Grand National.

Heartbreaking sale as we would love to see her in regular work and out and about as she loves to work. Tack and rugs available


Victoria 07880 734319 (Berkshire 10 mins from Junc 8/9 of M4) (P)
South East
Close X
Add to my Stable
  • Taught my son to ride while attending Pony Club and local shows.


Shetland, Coloured, 5 years

Super safe registered coloured 5 year old Shetland.  

Robert has taught my son to ride while attending Pony Club and local shows.  

For sale due  to unforeseen circumstances.



07867 790972 (P)
South East
Close X
Add to my Stable
  • Lovely model and very true to type
  • Super free mover
  • Masses of potential for top class showing


Potential Open Ridden / First Ridden HOYS & Olympia

Shetland, Black, Gelding, 8 years, 10.2 hands
Standard Shetland gelding, 42"

Very correct, true to type and a super free mover.

Goes on the lead (not produced for lead rein) and is golden off the lead. He is forward thinking and responsive, sweet and has a good mouth.

Would have vast potential for someone either wanting to produce a top class first ridden or open ridden small breeds/Shetland.

Currently used by my daughter but totally wasted.

Suitable professional or amateur yard.

£2,000 ono

Staffordshire: Daytime 01889 505584 Evening 07817 776132 (P)
Email this advertiser
Close X

 Horsequest - The UK's Leading Equine Sales Site



We’ve put together our top tips to help you avoid being caught out:

  1. Check very carefully the authenticity of any e-mail, especially from abroad. 
  2. Searching the email address on Google can sometimes let you know if the enquiry is from a genuine buyer.
  3. Horses and ponies are almost never purchased unseen, buyers offering to do so should be approached with extreme caution 
  4. Do not deal with buyers proposing to transfer more money than required, as this is money laundering!
  5. Always ask for the buyers full name, telephone number, and address 
  6. Do not part with goods until payment has completely cleared 
  7. If you are suspicious of an enquiry then notify the Internet Service Provider from which the email was sent 
  8. Steer clear of money transfer services, such as Western Union and MoneyGram, which make money instantly available. Instead, opt for PayPal which will hold the payment until both parties are happy
  9. Do not pass on your personal information, such as your address until you are sure the other party is legitimate
  10. Keep a paper trail and always get a receipt 
Add to my Stable



Increasing numbers of internet advertisers are receiving emails from bogus buyers, attempting to scam sellers

This tactic is a worldwide problem; however it would appear to be on the rise in the equine industry, targeting everything from horses and ponies for sale, to horseboxes, trailers and tack


We've been informed of a new email scam doing the rounds. This time the scam email in commonly coming from ‘Travis Bennett’ & 'Cynthia PT', asking a list of questions & offering to transfer a deposit and payment for shipping. Please ignore this email and if you have time report it to Action Fraud, for more details click HERE 

In another instance the scammer will contact you via email asking if your horse is still for sale, this will be followed by an email containing 23 questions as shown on the picture on the left. Please do not respond to this email. Sorry for any inconvenience caused and rest assured we are doing our best to combat this.

Another scam which is particularly common, is  when theadvertiser is contacted about an item, asking for more images, and then once the images have been received the bogus buyer will agree to send a cheque for the full amount.  At this point the seller is asked to email their full contact details to enable the buyer to send payment. The seller is then contacted again saying that the cost of shipping has accidently been included on the cheque, and could the seller forward the cost of shipment onto a courier, which is also bogus 

These scams can vary, however emails are often written in broken English and written in an over friendly style.  We urge HorseQuest customers to respond to email enquiries with caution. If something sounds too good to be true, it often is!

If you think you’ve been scammed then we strongly recommend that you contact the police





Loading next advertisement...

Difficulty viewing ads?

If you are having difficulty with our new navigation, click Page View to return to traditional paging links.


Make an Enquiry

Please enter the details below:

Phone Number