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TOP CLASS 3 YEAR OLD FILLY
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  • This a very sad sale of a gem of a pony
  • Would make an absolutely top class ridden pony for next year

TOP CLASS 3 YEAR OLD FILLY

Dartmoor, Filly, 3 years
Moortown Crusader  Hisley Craftsman  
Moortown Bay Wind 
Shilstone Rocks Atlantic Swell  Shilstone Rocks D Day  
Shilstone Rocks Whirlwind 11 

This absolute poppet of a pony was bought by us as a foal from her breeder

She has an extremely laid back temperament and is kindness itself

She was show three times as a yearling and won all three classes but has not been shown since

She has a lovely head and eye, is a lovely mover and is beautifully put together

She would make an absolutely top class ridden pony for next year and as we do not show under saddle ourselves we woul;d love to see her reach her full potential in this sphere before becoming a brood mare

She is an angel to box and with the farrier and has been regularly wormed, trimmed and vaccinated

This a very sad sale of a gem of a pony

The photo was taken in the spring and she has matured since then

£1,450 

Tel:
07854 304414 (Glos) No texts please (P)
Location:
South West
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Springwater Jasper
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  • Fantastic temperament
  • No white
  • Super mover

Springwater Jasper

SOLD!

Dartmoor, Liver chestnut, Gelding

2013, gelding

Sire: Shilstone Rocks Roija

Dam: Springwater Alight

Top class ridden prospect

Big strong liver chestnut gelding to make 12hh

Very correct and super mover

Fantastic temperament, well handled

Easy in all ways

No white

 
Tel:
01845 565030 (P)
Location:
Yorkshire
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  2. Searching the email address on Google can sometimes let you know if the enquiry is from a genuine buyer.
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One scam is particularly common, here the advertiser 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 – we believe that this is an attempt at money laundering

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