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Welsh Mountain Ponies Section A

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Fabulous Childrens Pony

  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 9 years
  • 12 hands

Fabulous Childrens Pony

Lead Rein / First Ridden / Second Pony

Ref #: 173021
  • Fantastic pony
  • Would be great as a lead rein, first ridden or second pony
  • Always in the ribbons
£2,800 neg
  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 9 years
  • 12 hands
  • Fantastic pony
  • Would be great as a lead rein, first ridden or second pony
  • Always in the ribbons

Fantastic Pony - Georgia is a 12hh mare and is 9 years old.

Teeth done regularly, jabs and worming unto date.

We bought her nearly three years ago for my daughters first pony, as a first ridden. And she has been brilliant for what we wanted.

She would be great as a lead rein, first ridden or second pony, she isn't a kick along and is a nice responsive ride

She jumps anything asked of her. Although we have not done much as we concentrated on showing classes. Although she has attended a few clear rounds and jumps at home now and then.

We have kept in contact with the breeder and the owners that showed her as a baby before she came to us, so full history.

She is a very clean horse to keep but her bed and herself and is always gleaming at shows, so don't let her being a grey put you off

She is great to bath and be in the stable with and will stand for ages being brushed etc.

We have now found another pony that we are interested in so are keen to sell to the right home, therefore would consider offers.

Tack is available inc almost new kent and masters saddle, although this will depend on price offered.

Please ring for any questions and videos can be sent via text or email.

She does not bite buck or rear.

We have competed at riding club and more recently (as jockey improved) started at county level and she is almost always in the ribbons.

Qualified for equifest many times

GEORGIA IS PROFESSIONALLY SCHOOLED AND BRED FROM THE DUKESHILL PONY FAMILY


WITHEYMEAD HONEY CRUNCH

  • Welsh Section A
  • Colt

WITHEYMEAD HONEY CRUNCH


Ref #: 171111
  • Stunning colt foal who can really move
  • Crunchie is sure to follow in his relatives footsteps as a genuine child's pony who will not only do well at top level showing but who will also be a child's best friend
£500
  • Welsh Section A
  • Colt
  • Stunning colt foal who can really move
  • Crunchie is sure to follow in his relatives footsteps as a genuine child's pony who will not only do well at top level showing but who will also be a child's best friend

Stunning colt foal who can really move.

Sired by Blanche Mikado and out of the multimedaled and champion childs ridden pony Forlan Honey Cookie.

Crunchie is sure to follow in his relatives footsteps as a genuine child's pony who will not only do well at top level showing but who will also be a child's best friend.

Available at weaning.


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WELSH PONY AND COB SOCIETY 

Bronaeron, Felinfach, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8AG 

Tel: (01570) 471754 Fax: (01570) 470435

Website:  www.wpcs.uk.com

Registered Charity No: 222014 - Company Limited by Guarantee No.: 1017832

Welsh Mountain Pony Section A - Breed Standard

Height - The height should not exceed 12 hh (121.9 cms)

Colour & Markings - Any colour except piebald and skewbald

Head - Small, clean -cut, well set on and tapering to muzzle. Eyes bold. Ears well placed, small and pointed. Set well up on the head, proportionately close. Nostrils wide and open

Jaws and Throat - Clean and finely-cut, with ample room at the angle of jaw

Neck - Lengthy, well carried and moderately lean in the case of mares, but inclined to be cresty in the case of mature stallions

Shoulders - Long and sloping well back. Withers moderately fine, but not "knifey". The humerus upright so that the foreleg is not set in under the body

Forelegs - Set square and true and not tied in at the elbows. Long strong forearm, well developed knee. Short flat bone delow the knee, pasterns of proportionate slope and length. Feet well shaped and round. Hooves dense

Body - Muscular, strong and well coupled back and loins. Deep girth with well sprung ribs
Hindquarters - Lengthy and fine. Not cobby, ragged or goose-rumped. Tail well set on and carried gaily

Hind Legs - Hocks to be large, flat and clean with points prominent, to turn neither inwards nor outwards. The hind leg not be too bent. The hock not to be set behind a line from the point of the quarter to the fetlock joint. Pasterns of propostionate slope and length. Feet well shaped and hooves dense

Action - Quick, free and straight from the shoulder, well away in front. Hocks and knees well flexed with straight and powerful leverage and well under the body

General - Character Hardy, spirited and pony like

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