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Welsh section A

  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 15 years
  • 11.2 hands

Welsh section A


Ref #: 267676
  • The most prefect little friend a child could ask for
  • Has done pony club, riding club and local shows with us, always in the ribbons
£3,500
  • Welsh Section A
  • Grey
  • Mare
  • 15 years
  • 11.2 hands
  • The most prefect little friend a child could ask for
  • Has done pony club, riding club and local shows with us, always in the ribbons

11.2hh grey mare, looking for a new home. Our gorgeous Shay is sadly outgrown, we have owned Shay for over three years now and she's been the most prefect little friend a child could ask for.

Has done pony club, riding club and local shows with us, always in the ribbons, very well behaved at shows and will do a lovely little dressage test.

She's loves to jump and will pop a little 30/40 course with ease.

She's loves to hack out and will lead from another horse.

Good with farrier, teeth, vet, clip and good to load on a trailer or lorry. Up to date with everything.

Shay loves nothing more than being pampered and will stand all day being groomed by little ones.

Five star home wanted for this special pony.


STRIPEY

  • Cob
  • Coloured
  • Gelding
  • 6 years
  • 11.2 hands

STRIPEY


Ref #: 267572
  • Absolutely awesome small pony
  • 11.2 6yo traditional cob gelding
£1,400
  • Cob
  • Coloured
  • Gelding
  • 6 years
  • 11.2 hands
  • Absolutely awesome small pony
  • 11.2 6yo traditional cob gelding

Absolutely awesome small pony, green and wizzy but a super super fun guy to have around.

Stripey was bought as a companion 18 months ago for a mare about to retire, unfortunately the mare was put down before she retired to the field so Stripey's job as a companion never started. 

He went away to be backed in April of this year and never came home as the little girl who backed him fell in love and wanted to keep him around for the summer. Unfortunately pregnancy, time and other circumstances mean he needs to be sold.

He wouldn't be a first pony as he is young and inexperienced. He has done a lot over the summer - in hand shows, lots of hacking, going up gallops, schooling, XC outings, meeting up with friends, small unaff show etc. but he is quite off the leg, does the occasional funny buck, and is more suited as a winter fun project / family pony for a competent child. 

He always tries, he hasn't been schooled up as a show pony, he has been schooled by a 10 yo girl to walk, trot and canter around the arena. He is ridden by her 3yo sister on the lead rein, if she gives him a big kick he can shoot forward but there is no malice in him at all. 

Typical pony - sometimes can be cheeky to catch but 90% of the time he is an angel!

Sad sad sale for all. 


Gorgeous George

  • Cob
  • Piebald
  • Gelding
  • 7 years
  • 13.2 hands

Gorgeous George

Ultimate Family Pony

Ref #: 267138
  • Sweet natured
  • Anyone’s ride
  • Pony club type pony / 2nd pony / hunting type
£6,000
  • Cob
  • Piebald
  • Gelding
  • 7 years
  • 13.2 hands
  • Sweet natured
  • Anyone’s ride
  • Pony club type pony / 2nd pony / hunting type

George is a 7 yo sweet natured pony who is a dream to ride. He loves his jumping.

Has been on lead rein for my daughter. Bought as first pony for 7 year old and mother share too. But he’s not right for us.

Passed 5 stage vetting about 2 months ago. Had dentist, jabs, back all done and been perfect for them. Recently been clipped out.

I feel he’s wasted on us and would suit older child/ small adult. He’s a lovely responsive ride, not a kick along but not a whoa. He’s an anyone ride and steps up for his rider. Still a little green in some areas e.g. picking up wrong canter lead but never ever nasty or strong under saddle. He takes my unbalanced 7 yo and is foot perfect.

He's doing poles and jumping with children and adults and loves it. He hacks out alone but prefers company; as that’s what we mostly do.

We have taken him out and about to pony club etc and he was very well behaved. He loads and travels brilliantly. He would suit being a second pony or older child who is cantering and popping jumps. Equally a small adult as he takes leg well.

He is currently ridden by adults and children. He loves his food and can be a typical cob on the ground. He’s been lead and handled by young children but I feel he needs someone experienced around just to remind him of manners occasionally, rather than a complete novice.

Brand new made to measure saddle available separately.


TONY THE PONY

  • Black
  • Gelding
  • 9 years
  • 11.3 hands

TONY THE PONY


Ref #: 264078
  • Tony is the sweetest chap in the yard!
  • He has the most lovely personality, great with children, dogs, farm machinery, animals and overall a pretty unflappable little chap!
  • Tony can be ridden on and off the lead rein, he's look after many tiny tots!
£4,500
  • Black
  • Gelding
  • 9 years
  • 11.3 hands
  • Tony is the sweetest chap in the yard!
  • He has the most lovely personality, great with children, dogs, farm machinery, animals and overall a pretty unflappable little chap!
  • Tony can be ridden on and off the lead rein, he's look after many tiny tots!

Absolutely adorable 2012 Irish gelding standing at approximately 11.3hh, Tony is the sweetest chap in the yard!

He has the most lovely personality, great with children, dogs, farm machinery, animals and overall a pretty unflappable little chap!

Tony can be ridden on and off the lead rein, he's look after many tiny tots!

Not only is he a safe and sensible chap, he also jumps, anything and everything!

He has seen hounds, cross country schooled, showjumped, absolutely brilliant in traffic and out hacking, overall such an easy and willing pony!

Open to any vet or trainer.


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