Oyster Catcher, a Connemara pony for jumping Oyster Catcher is a mare born in 2015, she measures 147 (14’2) and is a pure bred Connemara pony with a green book. This pony is a full sister to Isichia, a pony that was exported to Sweden earlier this year. Revisiting the breeding of these fabulous sisters
Wonderful pony with plenty of scope Donegal Bay is an Irish ☘️ Sportpony born in 2012, measuring 147cm. This is a gem suited for either showjumping or eventing. She combines a good temperament with a good ability to jump and 3 good paces. Working with Donegal Bay This pony is a real treat to ride,
Bred to jump! Lissduff Cool Customer is a very talented pony. He is by the great Connemara stallion Kilmore Diamond out of the mare Kilrickle Woodbine who has the prolific Carna Bobby on both sides. He has a full brother Kilmore Mickey D that jumps top class in Norway (pictures and videos below). Training This
Fun pony extraordinaries☘️ Jackson is the beloved pony of my niece. He has been the most fabulous schoolmaster but children are growing and it is time to move on. About Jackson Jackson is born in 2009 (11 years in 2020). He is a bay 13’2 (138cm) gelding who has been there and got the T-shirt
Beauty, temperament and plenty of scope. Isichia is a Connemara mare born in 2014. Measures 147 (we believe she will stay within the limits of a pony). She is by Derrymore Duncan – Drimcong Owen (Abbeyleix Owen) with Lecarrow Misty as a grand dam in who’s pedigree Carna Bobby appears twice. Carna Bobby appears in
Mare born in 2013, measuring 139cm. This pony is just so much fun. She had a foal last year so had some time off but was brought back into work early spring 2019. Since then she has just proven to be such a sweet pony with a huge appetite for learning. She moves with big
Diamond Clover – Bred in the purple Diamond Clover is absolutely to die for! She combines the very best European blood lines via Burggraaf – Landlord, with the very best or Irish. You will find Diamond Lad on the damside of the Sire Diamond Graaf who in turn is by the king himself King of
Dyfrdwy Jolly Joker Gelding born in 2011 by Dyfrdwy Seryddwr – Dyfrdwy xx. Bred in the purple this Welsh Mountain pony has the stamp of a true to type pony well built through and through. He moves well with a good bit of action. Due to personal circumstances he has had the time of his
Woodpark Dainty Woodpark Dainty is a mare born in 2012, 146.5, dun. This is a real little lovely lady. Woodpark Dainty super honest and a rock for anyone starting out showjumping or eventing. Dainty has done pony club, so is experienced Both cross country and over show jumps. She is a dream to handle in
This bounce exercise aims to get your horse supple. It will also help you feel the stride, to feel the length of the stride and your eye. To be able to assess how many strides remain until the horse jump and where it will jump. Done correctly this exercise will also get an over excited horse to back off.
Get your horse more flexible!
Getting your horse and yourself bendy and flexible is one of the key components of winning at any level in the world of showjumping. Quick thinking and tight turns will win you all those valuable seconds. Practise makes perfect and this exercise is perfect as it can be done at any height, poles on the ground is perfectly ok.
Kilcorban Cool Hazel
Wonderful bay mare born in 2011. She is 148cm/14’2. Kilcorban Cool Hazel is a nicely put together pony that has been well schooled and has plenty to offer a new jockey. Kilcorban Cool Hazel is the perfect pony for any rider who wants an experienced pony with lots to give.
Hunter / Eventer Kilmora Silver
Kilmora Silver is a bay gelding born in 2013, 17’1 (175cm). Reg Irish Sport Horse by Heigh Ho Silver out of the mare Kilmora Star (ISH) (Regal Sting (TB)). Bottom line going back to Diamond Lad – King of Diamonds. Heigh Ho Silvers sire being a full brother of Diamond Lad.
Showjumping pony for the future
Showjumping pony, 148cm, gelding born in 2014, palomino.
TJ has a fabulous jump and a great heart, he has the ability to jump bigger tracks. He showed his skills recently at the Millstreet Young Irelander finals, he kept his cool and focused very well on the task – just what you want to see in a pony for the bigger events.
A gelding born in 2012 (6 years old in 2018). 138cm.
Foxhall Fred pony is a very friendly soul. A perfect plod to teach the noble art of riding. He is still learning the finer details but is a fast learner and is the perfect prospect for a riding school.
Trailers; trailers and more trailers!!
Britain is home to some of the leading brands of Horsebox trailers. With the heavy duty Ifor Williams, built in the heart of North Wales in top spot. Have you ever thought of importing one on your own and found it just that little bit too difficult? Im here to help!