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Top Class New Forest Pony

  • New Forest
  • Dark brown
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 14 hands

Top Class New Forest Pony


Ref #: 171503
  • Overall Reserve Champion Large M&M in hand at Dorset County Show 2014
  • 69.25% in first dressage test (prelim)
  • 2013 -1st 2yr old at Breed Show
  • 2017 -FIRST RIDDEN SHOW - 2nd in Ridden m&m, 4th in Novice Ridden at BCA unaff showing show. 2nd in Novice Mixed Breeds, FIRST WORKERS - 6th In 60cm WHP at BSPS 15a spring show.
  • FIRST DRESSAGE - 4th with 69.25% in prelim 12, 6th with 65.96% in prelim 18 at Quainton Stud Unaff dressage.
£4,000 ono
  • New Forest
  • Dark brown
  • Mare
  • 6 years
  • 14 hands
  • Overall Reserve Champion Large M&M in hand at Dorset County Show 2014
  • 69.25% in first dressage test (prelim)
  • 2013 -1st 2yr old at Breed Show
  • 2017 -FIRST RIDDEN SHOW - 2nd in Ridden m&m, 4th in Novice Ridden at BCA unaff showing show. 2nd in Novice Mixed Breeds, FIRST WORKERS - 6th In 60cm WHP at BSPS 15a spring show.
  • FIRST DRESSAGE - 4th with 69.25% in prelim 12, 6th with 65.96% in prelim 18 at Quainton Stud Unaff dressage.

Peronne Drama - By Buckland Dragonslayer, out of Kilncopse Candlelight

Beautiful, lovely natured pony. 3 fantastic straight, free paces, always eager to please, very workmanlike and is quick learner.

Pudding has been placed every time out;

Good to box, catch, shoe, clip etc. Will travel alone and in company. Snaffle mouthed.

Has been out XC schooling, and never backed off or refused. Forward but not strong.

Pudding hacks alone and in company, good with traffic including farm machinery, lorries and can be lead.

Lives in or out. Never sick or sorry. No vices and vacs all fully up to date.

Will suit a competent teenager, or small adult.

Fantastic example of a New Forest pony who will go far in any sphere, and is more than capable to hold her own in the bigger classes.

Videos available on request. Pudding must go to a 5* home only.

Buckland Dragonslayer Bakeburn Benjamin
Monkshorn Raven
Kilncopse Candelight Bridgelea Candy
Wootton Moonlight
  • 2012
  • 2nd Yearling filly at Breed Show
  • 2013
  • 1st 2yr old exc 136cm at Breed Show
  • 2014
  • 3rd 3yr old filly exc 138cm at Breed Show
  • 1st NF youngstock at Dorset County Show
  • CHAMPION NF in hand at Dorset County Show
  • OVERALL RESERVE CHAMPION Large m&m in hand at Dorset County Show
  • 2015
  • 7th Open NF at New Forest County Show
  • 2017
  • FIRST RIDDEN SHOW - 2nd in Ridden m&m, 4th in Novice Ridden at BCA unaff showing show.
  • 2nd in Novice Mixed Breeds, FIRST WORKERS - 6th in 60cm WHP at BSPS 15a spring show.
  • FIRST DRESSAGE - 4th with 69.25% in prelim 12, 6th with 65.96% in prelim 18 at Quainton Stud Unaff dressage.

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NEW FOREST PONY BREEDING & CATTLE SOCIETY

Ringwood Rd, Bransgore, Hampshire BH23 8AA

Tel/Fax: 01425 672775 - Email:  info@newforestpony.com 

Web-Site:  www.newforestpony.com

 

Breed Standard

Height - The upper height limit is 148 cms. There is no lower limit. All ponies should be judged equally regardless of height. They are normally shown in 2 height sections 138 cms and under (competition type A) and over 138 cms (competition height B)

Colour & Markings - New Forest Ponies may be any colour except piebald, skewbald or blue-eyed cream. Bays and browns predominate. White markings on head and legs are permitted

Head - Neat and pony like, well set on

Neck - Strong and of ample length

Shoulders - Long, sloping shoulders

Body - Good depth of body with strong quarters

Feet, Legs & Joints - Straight limbs with plenty of bone and hard round feet

Action - The should be free, active and straight but not exaggerated

General Character - The New Forest Pony has an ideal temperament and is very easy to train.  It should be of riding type with substance. The larger ponies, while narrow enough for children, are quite capable of carrying adults. The smaller ponies, though not up to so much weight, often show more quality

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