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  • Hunter pony breeders that use section A welsh

    Would love to hear from some Hunter pony breeders that have successfully used Section A welsh ponies in their breeding program! Also, what did you corss your A with to get the desired hunter pony result!
    Looking forward to hearing opinions!
    Crown Ridge Farms
    Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
    Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
    www.crownridgefarms.com

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    Section A Stallion Pengwyn has been very successful when crossed with TB mares.
    Randee Beckman ~Otteridge Farm, LLC (http://on.fb.me/1iJEqvR)~ Marketing Manager - The Clothes Horse & Jennifer Oliver Equine Insurance Specialist

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      From a bloodlines standpoint, certain ones have been very successful like the Liseter bloodlines as Pengwyn has. Another very successful Sec. A hunter pony stallion is JLA Sir William, who also has Liseter lines. The Coed Coch influence has been very positive and shows up in those ponies as well. Rowfantina Gold Sovereign, another very successful Sec. A hunter stallion is almost entirely Coed Coch bred. I am not a Sec. A breeder by any means and no expert on the bloodlines - these are just my observations. I encourage you to speak with Paula Jo Bright, www.thistleworthwelsh.com. She has, in my opinion, one of the best herds of Section As in the country, and several outstanding stallions. While she does not stand them at public stud, she will facilitate a breeding to the right mare. She is also full of information about Sec. A breeding in general and a very nice person to work with. Best of luck!
      Quicksilver Farms, LLC
      "Welsh Hunter Ponies"
      Welsh Sec. B Stallions and
      Fancy Show Pony Prospects
      www.quicksilverponies.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by crownridgefarms
        Also, what did you corss your A with to get the desired hunter pony result!
        Looking forward to hearing opinions!

        Because Section A's typically don't have the "desired hunter movement", breeding to a good moving TB mare improves that option.


        There are many, many nice Section A stallion out there. Get yourself a fancy TB mare (and you can use a 15.3 hand size) and go for it!
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          #5
          Interesting that you have both only mentioned section A sires.
          What about using the section A mare?
          Crown Ridge Farms
          Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
          Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
          www.crownridgefarms.com

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            Originally posted by quicksilverponies View Post
            From a bloodlines standpoint, certain ones have been very successful like the Liseter bloodlines as Pengwyn has. Another very successful Sec. A hunter pony stallion is JLA Sir William, who also has Liseter lines. The Coed Coch influence has been very positive and shows up in those ponies as well. Rowfantina Gold Sovereign, another very successful Sec. A hunter stallion is almost entirely Coed Coch bred. I am not a Sec. A breeder by any means and no expert on the bloodlines - these are just my observations. I encourage you to speak with Paula Jo Bright, www.thistleworthwelsh.com. She has, in my opinion, one of the best herds of Section As in the country, and several outstanding stallions. While she does not stand them at public stud, she will facilitate a breeding to the right mare. She is also full of information about Sec. A breeding in general and a very nice person to work with. Best of luck!
            I have never used A's myself but I just wanted to say that Paula Jo Bright is a super nice lady and will be more than willing to talk to you about ponies. She was very kind to me when I first was starting out (not very long ago). I agree that Liseter lines seem to be very successful in the hunter world. Some other section A stallions with success in that area are: *Pendock Larkspur, who is by Revel Jeeves, and is a really nice stallion also who is higher up in the rankings for USEF. Heavenly pony had him there for a few years to cross with their section A mares and he produced a lot of nice babies for them. You can still see some on their website www.heavenlypony.com in addition to a video of him moving at 28 years old. I always mention him because I wish I could pry one of my husband's tb mares out of his hands to breed them to him (he is OLD!). There is also *Penrhyn Sporting Chance, who Daventry can tell you about, who has been highly ranked. Clarwood Welsh ponies also has Liseter lines in their ponies, their site is www.clarwoodwelshponies.com.
            http://summerwoodwelsh.com
            Summerwood Farm Welsh Ponies~
            http://www.facebook.com/Summerwoodfarmwelshponies

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            • #7
              Originally posted by crownridgefarms
              Interesting that you have both only mentioned section A sires.
              What about using the section A mare?
              You can't get any size that way, that's why I mentioned only sires.
              Randee Beckman ~Otteridge Farm, LLC (http://on.fb.me/1iJEqvR)~ Marketing Manager - The Clothes Horse & Jennifer Oliver Equine Insurance Specialist

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              • #8
                Without question, Penrhyn Sporting Chance is one of the nicest Section A's out there. He's sired so many Champions it's not funny.

                http://www.albertahorse.com/daventry...portingchance/
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Summerwood
                  Other section A stallions with success in that area are: *Pendock Larkspur, who is by Revel Jeeves, and is a really nice stallion also who is higher up in the rankings for USEF. Heavenly pony had him there for a few years to cross with their section A mares and he produced a lot of nice babies for them. You can still see some on their website www.heavenlypony.com in addition to a video of him moving at 28 years old. I always mention him because I wish I could pry one of my husband's tb mares out of his hands to breed them to him (he is OLD!).
                  He is owned by Dianne Randolph, Hidden Springs Farm in Blacksburg, South Carolina and I've seen him many times and LOVE him.

                  http://www.hiddenspringsfarminc.com/stallions.htm


                  I'm breeding a lovely mare to him this year!
                  Randee Beckman ~Otteridge Farm, LLC (http://on.fb.me/1iJEqvR)~ Marketing Manager - The Clothes Horse & Jennifer Oliver Equine Insurance Specialist

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by VirginiaBred View Post
                    Without question, Penrhyn Sporting Chance is one of the nicest Section A's out there. He's sired so many Champions it's not funny.
                    Thanks for the kind comments. We quite like the little guy A few offspring photos below. Hoping to have some fabulous new photos of him this spring once he sheds out. And Pendock Larkspur is amazing in person!

                    And yes, the reason you always see Section A stallions used on bigger mares for the pony hunter circuit is you can still get some size from the foals. Much harder to get size out of a Section A mare!
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                    www.DaventryEquestrian.com
                    Home of Oldenburg, Westphalian & RPSI approved pony stallion Goldhills Brandysnap
                    Also home to Daventry Equine Appraisals & Equine Expert Witness www.EquineAppraisers.com

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                      We have a charming and very correct crossbred colt that will be a large, by Telynau Falcon ( Section A) on a small TB mare. He is very flashy and can be seen at Sakura Hill Farm.com, "Young Horses" ( 2008 foals)- Sakura Hill Sensei.
                      Sakura Hill Farm
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                      Young and developing horses for A-circuit jumper and hunter rings.

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                        Austin

                        I saw a section A at the Royal a few years back whose name is Austin. He was in driving. He moved awesome!! for hunter movement and I would love to breed to him. I'm not sure where he stands or what he produces but, he's beautiful and talented...he won everything he was in

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                          Glannant Country Roads was another A that Helicon used in their program. He produced some really nice ponies.
                          http://summerwoodwelsh.com
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                            Rowfantina Gold Sovereign is an A. He is pretty famous. A lot are larges, but off the top of my head, Champlain Clementine ( dam of Tangerine), is a small.
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by SSFLandon View Post
                              I saw a section A at the Royal a few years back whose name is Austin. He was in driving. He moved awesome!! for hunter movement and I would love to breed to him. I'm not sure where he stands or what he produces but, he's beautiful and talented...he won everything he was in
                              Was this the stallion you were talking about
                              http://www.relhok.ca/rfstallionaustin.htm
                              He is a very handsome boy!
                              Crown Ridge Farms
                              Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
                              Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
                              www.crownridgefarms.com

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by crownridgefarms View Post
                                Was this the stallion you were talking about
                                http://www.relhok.ca/rfstallionaustin.htm
                                He is a very handsome boy!
                                YES, I love him. When I saw him move at the Royal I fell in love wih him. I did not see on the website a breeding fee but, he's a looker!!! I'll have to check around more closely because I also wonder what he is producing

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by crownridgefarms View Post
                                  Was this the stallion you were talking about
                                  http://www.relhok.ca/rfstallionaustin.htm
                                  He is a very handsome boy!
                                  I think I'm in love....
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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Rhyadawn View Post
                                    I think I'm in love....

                                    hehe, I said he was adorable and talented! Not sure how many mares he's been bred too as the website does not have much info but, he may be worth checking out for sure!

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