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  • #21
    Originally posted by Simkie View Post

    Um, you could drive her Don't you need a driving pony???
    Careful! It is my birthday tomorrow and I have not been above spoiling myself this way in the past..

    But she is on the wrong side of the continent... and I have had my eye on an Innkeeper filly for a while.

    These are some cute ponies, though. I went and shared them with a few friends that are closer.. still jingling for a safe landing for all; it's nice that someone is trying to do some work with them to make them more saleable.


    • #22
      But ponies are so small! They must be cheap to ship beowulf

      You TOTALLY need a pony for your birthday!!!!!


      • #23
        Happy Birthday beowulf ! Treat yourself - you're worth it!
        The CoTH CYA - please consult w/your veterinarian under any and all circumstances. - ET


        • Original Poster

          Just to add a push to Beowulf's potential birthday pony, I was told via PM that the owners of the center who purchased the ponies are in their 70s and their trainer is looking to retire, so reasonable offers would likely be accepted.

          Happy belated birthday!!
          Rhode Islands are red;
          North Hollands are blue.
          Sorry my thoroughbreds
          Stomped on your roo. Originally Posted by pAin't_Misbehavin' :


          • #25
            I tried to make an offer on one, and they were out to lunch on the price. No guarantee of papers, original price stated by trainer was not the price they were actually wanting, etc.


            • Original Poster

              Originally posted by endlessclimb View Post
              I tried to make an offer on one, and they were out to lunch on the price. No guarantee of papers, original price stated by trainer was not the price they were actually wanting, etc.
              I was told to speak directly with Mike. I think. I'll have to double check the PM, but I think it was Mike.
              Rhode Islands are red;
              North Hollands are blue.
              Sorry my thoroughbreds
              Stomped on your roo. Originally Posted by pAin't_Misbehavin' :


              • #27
                I will be assisting this week with taking pictures and video of the Rosmel ponies that were discussed above that are going to be put up for sale. I haven't seen most of them since they were weanlings and yearlings, so I can't comment on their temperaments or their sizes until I see them. I believe most are mediums. I do know that all the young ones do not have papers as they were never registered. We will be contacting the former Rosmel Pony Farm to see if we can get papers.

                There are six stallions, eight mares and a gelding available. There should be enough genetic variation to breed some of them, if someone is interested in breeding ponies. (I know sire and dam of all of them.)

                If anyone is interested in more info, PM me.


                • #28
                  The WPCSA is giving amnesty to part-bred, half-bred and purebred welsh this year in order to register older ponies at a reduced rate. If DNA is on file (or you can pay for that too) for these ponies and their welsh parent(s) then these ponies could be registered by the purchaser for what I think is a reasonable fee especially if it's a decent quality pony.

                  Hoofy I know you requested a PM but I don't mind publicly asking for more information especially about heights. I've been a welsh cob breeder but I''m still interested in a B or B cross of the right type/age/height.
                  Ranch of Last Resort


                  • #29
                    I won't have exact heights until Thursday at the earliest, but I can classify them as small, medium, large.

                    Stallion - 2012 - Large - Gray
                    Filly - 2015 - Large - Gray (need to measure this one - might be a large medium)
                    Stallions - (2) - 2010 - Mediums - Liver Chestnut, Chestnut w/Chrome (this one is stunning)
                    Colts - (3) - 2015 - Mediums - Black, Gray, Chestnut
                    Mares -(4) - 2001, 2006 (2), 2007 - Medium - Gray, Bay, Palomino, Chestnut
                    Mare - 2001 - Small - Strawberry Roan
                    Fillies - (2) - 2014, 2015 - Smalls - Chestnut, Chestnut/White Pinto
                    Gelding - 2001 - Medium - Bay


                    • #30
                      Thank you I'll send you a PM.
                      Ranch of Last Resort