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Exmoor Ponies

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Exmoor pony

Exmoor pony


Ref #: 219655
  • Looking for an Exmoor pony 4 years upwards
  • Must be well handled, but otherwise I'm happy to bring on
  • Permanent home with 2 other native ponies on my own land
  • Looking for an Exmoor pony 4 years upwards
  • Must be well handled, but otherwise I'm happy to bring on
  • Permanent home with 2 other native ponies on my own land

We have 2Hhighland ponies and I am looking for an Exmoor as a day / grandchildren share. It doesn't matter about experience but the pony must be used to being handled, groomed and good for farrier. Other than that we are happy to continue the pony's education.

Will also consider an older pony looking for a permanent home.

We have 3 field shelters, a sand school and lots of lovely hacking. Willing to travel for the right pony. Sex immaterial.


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EXMOOR PONY SOCIETY

Woodmans, Brithem Bottom, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 1NB

Secretary Mrs Sue McGeever

Tel: 01884 839930 or email: secretary@exmoorponysociety.org.uk

Website www.exmoorponysociety.org.uk


 
Breed Standard

The preferred Height Range is: Stallions & geldings 11.3hh (119.4cm) to 12.3hh (129.5cm) at maturity - Mares 11.2hh (116.8cm) to 12.2hh (127cm) at maturity

General Appearance & Type - Definite `pony' character, hard & strong; vigorous & alert & symmetrical in appearance; mealy muzzle; prominent, hooded "toad eyes"
"Definite pony character"

Head and Ears - Short, thick & pointed; clean cut face; wide Neck: forehead, eyes large, wide apart & prominent with well-defined, fleshy hood and pale colouration outlining the eyes (Toad Eyes); wide nostrils; mealy muzzle; clean throat; good length of rein

Shoulders - Clean, fine at top, well laid back

Chest - Deep & wide between & behind forelegs; ribs long, deep, well sprung and wide apart

Back - Level; broad & level across loins; tail neatly set in

Legs - Clean & short, with neat, hard feet; forelegs straight, well apart & squarely set; hind legs well apart, nearly perpendicular from hock to fetlock with point of hock in line with pelvis bone; wide curve from flank to hock joint; legs free in motion with no tendency to sweep or turn

Action - Straight & smooth, without exaggerated action

Coat - Summer - close, hard & bright / Winter - a double-layered dense coat with an under insulating layer of fine, springy hair and an outer water-proofing layer of hard, greasy hair

Colour - Bay, brown or dun, with black points; mealy colour on muzzle, round eyes & inside flanks; no white markings anywhere

Quality - Alert expression and general poise indicating balance and symmetry of movement; fine, clean bone

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