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ROCHEDO ARTIC SNOWDROP
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  • Zoe boasts phenomenal winning blood lines on both sides & with her striking looks & colour is a definite for HOYS 2015 onwards

ROCHEDO ARTIC SNOWDROP

HOYS 2015

Dartmoor, Grey, Mare, 3 years
Shilstone Rocks Snowy Mountain  Shilstone Rocks Snow Goose 
Shilstone Rocks Masada 
Rochedo Winter Vixen  Vean Harry Hawk 
Rotheimay Winter 

Zoe, is the last, & possible the best, of the Rochedo Dartmoor ponies

She encompasses both our breed lines & is exactly what we wanted to breed, fab temperament,  scopy movement  whilst maintaining true native type

Her sire, Shilstone Rocks Snowy Mountain is a multi HOYS finalist

Her Dam Sire, Vean Harry Hawk, is also a HOYS finalist & the sire of our Beach line, ie Beach Boy, Beach Bandit, Beach Bounty etc, which they themselves have also competed successfully at HOYS

She stands approx 12hh now & could easily do a year or two lead rein BUT definitely has the potential to progress through, or even straight into, open ridden

Zoe boasts phenomenal winning blood lines on both sides & with her striking looks & colour is a definite for HOYS 2015 onwards

We took her to one In-hand show, after fetching her in 2 weeks previous

She was outstanding in her professionalism at the show & revelled in all the bathing, grooming, loading etc & is definitely one to love showing

Moor pictures and video available on request

£1,499 ono

Tel:
07854 021200, Derby / Staffs border, 40mins from NEC (P)
Location:
West Midlands
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