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Connemara Ponies

Native Ponies For Sale Connemara Ponies

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Charlie Dun 15hh Connemara

  • Connemara
  • Gelding
  • 5 years
  • 15 hands

Charlie Dun 15hh Connemara

Ref #: 163142
  • Good mover and talented jump
  • Hunting at present with laois fox hounds
  • Comes from top breeding Connemara family
  • Connemara
  • Gelding
  • 5 years
  • 15 hands
  • Good mover and talented jump
  • Hunting at present with laois fox hounds
  • Comes from top breeding Connemara family

Rising five gelding, pure bred Connemara.

Charlie is a stunning dun good mover and talented jump.

Charlie is hunting at present with laois fox hounds and is a real star.

Charlie comes from top breeding Connemara family.

Charlie is very easy to ride, shoe box or clip, lovely friendly chap.

Charlie has no stable vices open to any vetting exchange if you’re not happy.

Price includes delivery.

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Sandra Parkington

1 Lansdowne Cottages

Ilsley Road



Berks RG20 7PQ

Tel: 0845 604 9690


Rules for Showing

Prospective purchasers of Connemara ponies should be aware that under BCPS Rules for showing – ‘No Connemara exceeding 148cm may be shown or take part in any competition restricted to Connemara or Registered Mountain and Moorland ponies within the jurisdiction of the BCPS.’

‘Where it is reported to the Society that this may have occurred then the Society may require the animal to be measured or re-measured in accordance with the Rules of the Joint Measurement Scheme -

The penalty for the contravention of the above Rule may be cancellation of the registration of the animal concerned

They should also realise that both the Irish and British Connemara Societies register ponies under a classification system. Briefly, all foals are registered as Class 3. Adult ponies (2 years and over) – Stallions and Mares – are registered in Class 1 if they pass a visual and Veterinary inspection, and as Class 2 if they fail the visual, but pass the Vet, or are over or under height, or blue eyed creams, and as Class 3 if they fail the Vet or have not been inspected

The progeny of Class 3 ponies remain in Class 3 and cannot be upgraded

It is suggested that purchasers should ask to see the pony’s passport to verify the Class of the pony, and should contact the BCPS Secretary if they have any queries on the details given below


Breed Standard

Height - Normally 128cms to 148cms at maturity

Type – Compact well balanced riding type with depth, substance and good heart room – Standing on short legs covering a lot of ground

Colour & Markings - Grey, black, bay, brown, dun with occasional roan, chestnut & palomino and cream

Head  - Well balanced pony head of medium length with good width between large kindly eyes, pony ears, well defined cheekbone - Jaw relatively deep but not coarse

Front  - Head well set on to neck - Chest should not be over-developed - Neck not set on too low. Good length of rein. Well defined withers, good sloping shoulder

Body - Body should be deep, with strong back, some length permissible but should be well ribbed up an with strong loins

Hindquarters - Strong and muscular with some length, well developed second thighs (gaskin) and strong low set hocks

Limbs - Good length and strength in the forearm, well defined knees and short cannons, with flat bone measuring 18 - 21cms - Elbow should be free - Pasterns of medium length, feet well shaped, of medium size, hard and level

Action - Movement free, easy and true, without undue knee action, but covering the ground

General Character - Good temperament, hardiness, staying power, intelligence, soundness, surefootedness, jumping ability, suitable for child or adult

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