Been out of ponies for a very long time....have no idea who is available anymore....
Our mare is 10, very good mover, bay and white pinto. Has an excellent mind, above average conformation but if I had to list things to improve on her...one would be a better chest with a little more angle to the shoulder. She has a pretty face and neck...and a great hind end.
She does however only stand 12 hands and it will be her first foal so I would like the stallion to be a small with small lineage in his background.
The best place to start would be the Virginia Pony Breeders Association website. They have a list of stallions available in your area. The Welsh Pony & Cob Society of America also has a huge list of Welsh stallions as well.
I would also recommend the WPCSA website, www.welshpony.org. They have several nice stallions listed. I have 2 small Sec. B stallions available, Land's End Rondo, 12.2hh liver chestnut and Barkmeadow Black Gold, 12.3hh homozygous black. Both are very nice hunter movers and both have 100% first generation imported bloodlines so no hidden size in the pedigree. Both can be seen on my website along with video. Best of luck in your breeding!
BF Oliver Twist - a Welsh A in Florida. We bred two different mares to him with very good results. Also Wynnbrook Starburst - Welsh B - a lovely gelding by him who trained/sold easily. Would use both of them again.
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