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Top class fell stallion

  • Fell
  • Black
  • Stallion
  • 4 years
  • 13.1 hands

Top class fell stallion


Ref #: 211526
  • He has been broken but will need riding away has mainly done road work
  • I truly believe he will be a top HOYS fell pony stallion
£2,800 ono
  • Fell
  • Black
  • Stallion
  • 4 years
  • 13.1 hands
  • He has been broken but will need riding away has mainly done road work
  • I truly believe he will be a top HOYS fell pony stallion

Top class HOYS potential fell pony stallion around 13.1 very correct and a lovely type and a brilliant mover

He has been broken but will need riding away has mainly done road work - He isn’t in work currently due to time hence sale

I truly believe he will be a top HOYS fell pony stallion has so much potential

He is licensed and fis clear so also ideal for someone wanting to breed

5* home and no novices

Greenholme warrior
Cartonlima harmony

HOYS Qualified 2019

  • Fell
  • Stallion
  • 11 years

HOYS Qualified 2019


Ref #: 212739
  • Hand on heart, this pony is incredible - There is NOTHING he can’t do, and he does it all superbly
  • Lightly but successfully shown
  • Picton Final champion in his first season and won every time out
  • Stevie loves to jump and with the time to do a few novices, he would make a fab worker too!
  • Fell
  • Stallion
  • 11 years
  • Hand on heart, this pony is incredible - There is NOTHING he can’t do, and he does it all superbly
  • Lightly but successfully shown
  • Picton Final champion in his first season and won every time out
  • Stevie loves to jump and with the time to do a few novices, he would make a fab worker too!

Townend Stevie needs very little introduction he has been lightly but successfully shown. 

By Castlehill Bellman out of Townend Eve. Stevie was picton final champion in his first season and won every time out. Due to other commitments he has never had 100% put into his ridden showing he's never been seriously campaigned but has many wins and championships to his name he has collected a fair few silver medals inhand and ridden. In 2015 he had a run of unlucky seconds in HOYS and rihs qualifiers and spent time with producer Katy Marriott-Payne. In 2016 he was placed 5th in the 2 qualifiers he did this was being in very light work due to previous owners pregnancy.

Stevie was 2017 Herts County Supreme. 

2018 he was placed in the 5 Hoys qualifiers he did, qualified RIHS as an open and PP.  he also won numerous Dressage tests. He won at British Elite with a cracking 99/100 and went Champion. 

2019, Stevie qualified RIHS PP and went Champion. He qualified HOYS at Derbyshire Festival. 

Stevie loves to jump and with the time to do a few novices, he would make a fab worker too! He is bold and brave. He has XC schooled too which he loved. 

Hand on heart, this pony is incredible. There is NOTHING he can’t do, and he does it all superbly. 

Stevie is a proven sire and has put some top quality foals on the ground. he is the sire of the lovely castlehill jack Daniels & the very successful colt Llanai Guardsman. he would be an asset to any stud he has tonnes of bone, feather and hair and is a short compact true fell pony with traditional action.

Stevie loves to hack out alone or in company! he is the sort of pony your granny could ride, then step up to an open. 

Stevie is good to catch, load, clip, shoe and whatever else you want him to do he will stay on the lorry all day at a show and not make a peep travels alone and travels fine with mares. 

Not stallionish at all he turns out alongside others . He is honestly the easiest pony to be around and have on the yard.

Substantial price required for this one in a million pony.  

This advert has been devastating to write he is only for sale as time is minimal and I have far too many ponies. 

Castlehill Bellman
Townend Eve

Wellbrow Floozie

  • Fell
  • Black
  • Mare
  • 7 years
  • 13.2 hands

Wellbrow Floozie

Allrounder with WHP potential

Ref #: 211897
  • 1st on 23/06 in Novice 24 on 68.9%
  • 1st in her first ever WH competition against HOYS/RI qualified ponies.
  • Consistent top 3 placings show-jumping and consistent dressage scores.
£3,850
  • Fell
  • Black
  • Mare
  • 7 years
  • 13.2 hands
  • 1st on 23/06 in Novice 24 on 68.9%
  • 1st in her first ever WH competition against HOYS/RI qualified ponies.
  • Consistent top 3 placings show-jumping and consistent dressage scores.

Flo is a registered (Wellbrow Floozie) Fell Pony mare. She has been measured at home as full up 13.2hh. Born in 2012. Black with a very small amount of white on her fetlock - not really visible. Good amount of bone and plenty of mane and tail aswell as flat silky feather. She is also FIS clear.

I purchased Flo as a hardly handled 3 year old and backed her myself. She has never in this time bucked, reared, spun or bolted - it is not in her character to be naughty or dangerous. She is a forward going and forward thinking pony that is soft in the mouth and responsive to the leg - she requires a calm but confident and experienced rider / is not a novice ride.

Flo has mainly competed in dressage as this is my main interest. She won 26/6 in Novice 24 on 68.9% and in Novice she has remained over 66% in each test. I’m not the most confident when it comes to jumping and despite being keen and forward Flo is always safe and we have stuck to 65cm height for my sake. Flo could easily go up the levels to be a WHP with the correct training and rider - she won 15/06 her first Workers show against HOYS/RIHS ponies. She loves XC and will do water / ditches and give a lead to other horses. Flo is the same as she is at competitions as she is at home, busy doesn’t phase her.

She is good to catch, shoe, travel & load in a trailer or lorry, good to bath, dentist. Good to clip although can be fidgety doing her armpits and bottom therefore I do use some Sedalin. Not a fan of the Vet coming to do jabs. She will try move about when doing her girth up but doesn’t pull faces! She doesn’t turnout with other horses and although good in company will get the hump if another gets too close.

Flo is great to hack alone and in company and isn’t phased by traffic/tractors/dogs/other horses passing. She loves a canter alone or with others on a field and you can trust her to stop at the other end. She’s been out hacking numerous times bareback and in a headcollar however in groups I put her in a 2 ring gag.

Please do not enquire if you are a novice / wanting a childs pony / have a child that will outgrow a 13.2 quickly. Flo has the kindest soul and I would like nothing more than to find Flo a long term / forever home that she deserves after being passed from home to home as a filly.

Flo is a sensitive pony and requires sympathetic handling - she is friendly and safe on the ground at all times and easy to handle but she finds quick movements from people scary (we have a feeling she had a bad time in a previous home) therefore someone easy going is preferable.

She has no health vices. I am more than happy for her to have an extensive vetting or trainers come look at her.

This is a heartbreaking sale for me as she is one in a million and the only reason for sale is only down to the fact that I feel Flo has wasted potential staying with me with time related restraints and i’m happy to discuss this in more detail.

£4,000 including full wardrobe and her newly fitted Black Country saddle. I would allow a trial period (no loans!) to make sure the new partnership she finds is suitable.

Please text beforehand if you’d like to call me for any more info if you are interested as I work alternate shifts.

Wellbrow Leo
Wellbrow Blooming Heather

BEAUTIFUL FELL FILLY

  • Fell
  • Black
  • Filly
  • 1 years
  • 12.2 hands

BEAUTIFUL FELL FILLY

RICHMOND ISABELLA

Ref #: 211793
  • Black Yearling
  • Lovely temperament and outlook
  • Been to her first show and qualified NPS Summer championships
£1,200
  • Fell
  • Black
  • Filly
  • 1 years
  • 12.2 hands
  • Black Yearling
  • Lovely temperament and outlook
  • Been to her first show and qualified NPS Summer championships

By Greenholme Icarus out of Richmond Cara. A stunning filly with great potential.

Both parents county show winners. Cara's stock all doing well in ring.

Isabella is a real cracker with a great attitude and will give her new owner a lot of fun.

Looking for that 5 star home where she can continue to show off her paces.

Well handled. Loves attention. Do contact for more information.

Greenholme Icarus
Richmond Cara Bluecaps Marcus
Llancloudy Jezebel
  • NPS area 20 D/F/H any age: 2nd and best yearling. Qualified NPS Summer championships

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FELL PONY SOCIETY

Mrs Katherine Wilkinson,

Bank House, Boroughgate, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria CA16 6XF.

Registered Charity, Number 1104945

Tel/Fax:  01768 353100 - Email secretary@fellponysociety.org.uk 

Web Site: www.fellponysociety.org 

 

Breed Standard

Height - Not exceeding 14 hands (142.2 cms)

Colour & Markings - Black, brown, bay or grey preferably with no white markings, although a star or a little white on the hind feet is allowed

Head - Head should be small, well chiselled in outline, well set on, forehead broad and tapering to nose. Nostrils are large and expanding. Eyes should be prominent, bright mild and intelligent. Ears neatly set, well formed and small. Fine through the throat and jaws showing no signs of throatiness or coarseness

Neck - Of proportionate length, giving good length of rein, strong and not too heavy, moderate crest in case of stallion

Shoulders - Most important, well laid back and sloping, not too fine at withers and not leaded at the points - a good long shoulder blade with well developed muscles

Body - Good strong back of good outline, muscular loins, deep carcass, thick through heart, round ribbed from shoulders to flank, short and well coupled, hind quarters strong with tail well set on

Feet Legs & Joints - Feet of good size, round and well formed, open at heels with the characteristic blue horn, fair sloping pasterns not too long. Forelegs should be straight, well placed and not tied at the elbows. Big well formed knees, short cannon bone, plenty of good flat bone below knee (8" at least) with great muscularity of arm

Hind Legs - Good thighs and second thighs. Very muscular hocks, well let down and clean cut. Plenty of bone below the joint. Hocks should not be sickle of cow-hocked

Action - Walk - smart and true. Trot - well balanced all round with good knee and hock action, going well from the shoulder flexing the hocks. Not going too wide nor near behind. Should show great pace and endurance, bringing the hind legs well under the body when going

Mane Tail & Feathers - Plenty of fine hair (coarse hair objectionable) all the fine hear except that at the point of heel may be cast in summer. Mane and tail are left to grow long

General Character - The Fell Pony should be constitutionally as hard as iron and show good pony characteristics with the unmistakeable appearance of hardiness peculiar to mountain ponies. At the same time it should have a lively and alert appearance

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