Connemara pony

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Connemara pony

Irish riding pony, usually dun, or gray, black, bay or brown, 13 to 14 hands high.
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Connemara pony. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, red deer, the famous Connemara ponies and an audio-visual show.
Now he enjoys nothing more than to be out in the fields indulging in his other passion - Connemara ponies.
Adam has a number of top youngsters lined up for the 2012 season ranging from SHP, SP, ISH, ISRT, Ridden Hunters, Connemara Ponies in-hand and ridden.
Miller, a mother of five who lived near Shaftesbury in Dorset with her daughter Blanche, a breeder of Connemara ponies, was the longest surviving Derbywinning owner, beating the record of Sir Michael Sobell, who died in 1993 at the age of 100.
Neither of us had been to Ireland, though I have Irish ancestors and Emily has dreamed of Connemara ponies since she started riding lessons at the age of 7.
Special attractions include an ancient Irish village, sheepherding, Connemara ponies, highland games, Irish dog shows, Ireland vs.
We met Connemara ponies along the way together with plenty of those sheep that refuse to accept that the roads are meant for cars.
The last walk was one of the most beautiful of the week, across the "green road," a soft turf path along the mountainside that wound past a herd of Connemara ponies.
The lads and I were involved in the Pony Club and Connemara ponies from an early age, and from that I got into breeding half-breds before buying a thoroughbred mare.
EXPORTS are booming for breeders of Connemara ponies.
Michael Finn jnr, who looks after the thoroughbreds on the County Kilkenny stud, which also breeds showjumpers and Connemara ponies, explains the tale of the twins, who are affectionately known as Ant and Dec.