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Springwater Last Lite

  • Dartmoor
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 11 years
  • 12 hands (LHC)

Springwater Last Lite

Top Class m&m lead rein

Ref #: 176823
  • County level
  • Full up 12hh
£3,750
  • Dartmoor
  • Bay
  • Gelding
  • 11 years
  • 12 hands (LHC)
  • County level
  • Full up 12hh

Dastardly is a very attractive eye catching pony with plenty of substance who grows in the ring.

This is a pony who knows his job. He has been out this season proving to be very consistent in these very competitive M&M lead rein classes, always been placed.

He is clean limbed with beautiful movement.

Good to catch, bath, load and travel. Perfect with farrier, currently unshod

Dastardly is a real fun character around the yard and will be deeply missed.

Both my daughters age 9 & 11 hack him out on their own and I know he will always take them home safely, i trust him 100%. Doesn't need lunging before any shows, can take him straight off the lorry and into the ring.

This is one of the most difficult decisions we have had to make as a family therefore Dastardly will only be sold to a 5 star home, so no time wasters or picture collectors please.

Price to include fitted Fylde Hayden Saddle

Plenty of pictures and videos available

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Vean twilight

VEAN NIGHT FLIGHT

  • Dartmoor
  • Brown
  • Gelding
  • 8 years

VEAN NIGHT FLIGHT

Top class HOYS / RI M&M JUNIOR and Open Dartmoor pony

Ref #: 196625
  • Top class HOYS / RI M&M JUNIOR and Open Dartmoor pony
  • Consistently placed HOYS qualifiers this season, x 3 times 2nd and x 2 times 3rd and x 1 6th
  • Dartmoor
  • Brown
  • Gelding
  • 8 years
  • Top class HOYS / RI M&M JUNIOR and Open Dartmoor pony
  • Consistently placed HOYS qualifiers this season, x 3 times 2nd and x 2 times 3rd and x 1 6th

Top class HOYS / RI M&M JUNIOR and Open Dartmoor pony

  • Sire Springwater Night Fall
  • Dam Vean Violetta

4 x HOYS qualified:

  • 2016 M&M FR
  • 2017 M&M FR (placed 9th), M&M Junior Ridden and Open Small Breeds
  • 2018 qualified RI - Junior Ridden Final and Open Small Breeds
  • Won Olympia Semi Final 2018

Consistently placed HOYS qualifiers this season, x 3 times 2nd and x 2 times 3rd and x 1 6th

Nigel has been with us for 3 years and is now sadly completely outgrown

He is a super pony to have with such a lovely sweet nature. Good to catch, clip, shoe, travel, etc. Feet, teeth, vaccs all upto date

He is a very correct free moving pony with 3 lovely paces

Easy to do and has enjoyed a varied life. Good to hack alone or in company, enjoying dressage throughout the winter months

We feel he has huge untapped WHP potential, loving homes only please as this is a sad sale

Made to measure AH saddle available by separate negotiation

Please contact Katy Marriot-Payne for price and further details - viewing - 07771 801023 (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire)


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DARTMOOR PONY SOCIETY

Mrs V. Brown (Hon Secretary)

Swn-Yr-Afon, Thornhill Road, Cwmgwili, SA14 6PT

Telephone: 01269 844303 - Email:  secretary@dartmoorponysociety.com

Web-Site:  www.dartmoorponysociety.com

 

The Dartmoor Pony - Breed Standard

Height  - Not Exceeding 127 cm (12.2hh)

Colour - Bay, brown, black, grey, chestnut, roan. Piebalds and Skewbald are not allowed. Excessive white markings are disliked & should be discouraged

Head - Should be small, well set on and bloodlike, with the nostrils large and expanding and the eyes bright, mild, intelligent and prominent. The ears should be small, well formed, alert and neatly set. The throat and jaws should be fine and showing no signs of coarseness or throatiness

Neck - Strong but not too heavy and of medium length. Stallions have a moderate crest

Shoulders - Good shoulders are most important. They should be well laid back and sloping, but not too fine at the withers

Body - Of medium length and strong, well ribbed up and with a good depth of girth giving plenty of heart room

Loins & Hindquarters - Strong and well covered with muscle. The hind quarters should be of medium length and neither level nor steeply sloping. The tail is well set up

Hind Legs - The hocks should be well let down with plenty of length from hip to hock, clean cup and with plenty of bone below the joint. The should not be "sickle" or "cow-hocked"

Fore Legs - Should not be tied in, in any way, at the elbows. The fore-arm should be muscular and the knee fairly large and flat to the front. The cannon should be short from knee to fetlock with ample good, flat, flinty bone. The pasterns should be sloping but not too long. The feet should be sound, tough and well shaped

Movement - Low straight and free-flowing, yet without exaggeration

General - The mane and tail should be full and flowing. The Dartmoor is a very good looking riding pony, sturdily built yet with quality

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