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Maggie, Newforest, 13.1hh, mare

  • New Forest
  • Black
  • Mare
  • 10 years
  • 13.1 hands (LHC)

Maggie, Newforest, 13.1hh, mare


Ref #: 264335
  • Maggie is a great pony who loves to jump
£3,250 ovno
  • New Forest
  • Black
  • Mare
  • 10 years
  • 13.1 hands (LHC)
  • Maggie is a great pony who loves to jump

Maggie is a great pony who loves to jump and is well behaved at shows.

Can be whizzy and strong so not suitable for a novice or nervous rider.

Happy to hack out alone or in company and is good with all traffic.

Excellent to shoe and clip.

Maggie is a much loved pony who is now sadly outgrown.


New Forest Stallion for loan

  • New Forest
  • Bay
  • Stallion
  • 19 years
  • 14.1 hands (LHC)

New Forest Stallion for loan


Ref #: 265615
  • New Forest
  • Bay
  • Stallion
  • 19 years
  • 14.1 hands (LHC)

We are looking to place our special boy with a family who can enjoy this amazing pony. He is 19 years young and has so much to give. He doesn't look his age one bit.

Home must be five star, experience with Stallions is a must and full references will be required.

Wins too numerous to mention but this chap has done it all! He would suit a dabble in the show ring, veterans or junior RI, but only local stuff he wouldn't like to be carted all over the country!

Would suit a home where he can go hacking and do dressage, small jumping etc.

We would prefer a home whereby the loaner has their own land and stables at their premises for security and a quieter place where he can have his own 'space'.

Lovely well schooled ride, easy to handle, shoe, load. Hates travelling sideways and clipping!

Genuine enquiries only please.

*We are looking for a genuine first pony for our 12 year old daughter. If by any chance some one has a suitable pony (and our boy is suitable for you) we would consider a 'swap' loan kind of arrangement*


New Forest Pony Broodmare

  • New Forest
  • Bay
  • Mare
  • 9 years
  • 13.2 hands

New Forest Pony Broodmare

23 BS points, amazing breeding, proven brood mare

Ref #: 263210
  • Placings at British Novice and Discovery
  • XC schooled over 100 and Novice
  • Proven broodmare
£2,000
  • New Forest
  • Bay
  • Mare
  • 9 years
  • 13.2 hands
  • Placings at British Novice and Discovery
  • XC schooled over 100 and Novice
  • Proven broodmare

This is a very sad sale of a much loved pony. Flame has done some BS Showjumping (23 points), schooled over Novice XC jumps and done all PC activities.

Flame has got a small tear in her plantar annual ligament.

She is currently very slightly lame.

Flame is for sale as a broodmare, she has got amazing bloodlines and has already bred a foal about 3.5 years ago.

She is by Willoway Double Gold out of Woodrow April Delight (full sister to Woodrow Prince Harry)

This are amazing competition blood lines.

More info and photos, films please get in contact.

Willoway Double Gold (New Forest Pony) Willoway Pipers Gold
Obermill Clover
Woodrow April Delight (New Forest Pony) Silverlea Flash Harry
Woodrow Honey's Delight

Campion Celebration

  • New Forest
  • Dark bay
  • Gelding
  • 4 years
  • 14 hands

Campion Celebration

Top Competition Prospect

Ref #: 254907
  • Scopey and careful jump, schooling over 1m courses
  • XC schooled, jumps ditches, steps and through water - not phased by anything
  • Hacks out alone or in company, perfect on the beach and used to farm traffic
£10,000 ovno
  • New Forest
  • Dark bay
  • Gelding
  • 4 years
  • 14 hands
  • Scopey and careful jump, schooling over 1m courses
  • XC schooled, jumps ditches, steps and through water - not phased by anything
  • Hacks out alone or in company, perfect on the beach and used to farm traffic

We purchased Tom last year and planned to bring him on this summer and compete him next year. However, he has proved to be exceptionally talented - he makes a fantastic shape over a jump and is brave yet careful. He needs to be out competing now but due to my daughters other commitments, he normally has to stay at home.

Tom hacks alone or in company, XC schooled, been to the beach - hes an old head on young shoulders.

Potential top class WHP, SJ or event pony. Clean limbs, moves well and superb to work with in all ways. Tom is an absolute saint - excellent to catch, clip, load etc and will happily stand on his own in a lorry or trailer. I really cant fault him in any way.

Teeth done, wormed and vaccinated. Ridden at all times in a snaffle and cavesson noseband.

No complete novices please due to his age and no time wasters as this is a heartbreaking sale.

Ashley Sensation

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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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