Although breeding season is beginning to wind down for most breeders, we thought we would offer a few breedings to our gorgeous Section B Welsh pony hunter stallion to a select few mares this summer in an effort to get a few babies on the ground.
Daventry's Power Play was National Champion Section B Colt, multiple Sport Pony Grand Championships and has been nearly undefeated on the line this year in his Sport Pony classes. Wonderful temperament, beautiful trot and big canter step. He is buckskin turning grey, so has a 50% chance of producing palomino, buckskin or smoky black foals. ALL foals eligible for Half Welsh papers. Like his sire, he should be an excellent cross on Warmblood, Thoroughbred & Quarter Horse mares!
Oh he is stunning! If only my filly was a yr older I would do it in a heartbeat! She is just turning 3 next month. She is a Redwine baby, but on the small side, only 14.3 right now with the most stunning head and neck! I have been considering a pony for her in the future, would love to have a nice hunter pony!
Ok, so if you go to my profile, my filly is my profile picture. This was her 2 yr old portrait. She is a bit more buffed now, especially her neck. If I didnt know her breeding, I would swear she was a welsh cross or Spanish! Lol.
This is nice- but isn't it thinly veiled advertising? Just wondering.
I can't change your mind if that's what you think it is Our boy will be just be turning 3 years old in the spring...and it can take years and years to build up a good foal base. To be honest, much longer than it takes to do with a warmblood stallion, as we have to prove the pony foals are worthy of children As a result, we'll be offering a few free breedings to him over the next year to help get a variety of foals on the ground.