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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Part of the Mountain and Moorland series, the Connemara pony you have is also known as Terese of Leam.
British Horse Society instructress and trainer Stephanie bought the Connemara pony for PS1850 in Ireland in 2011.
Lady Allendale's passion for horses is undiminished, and she rides her Connemara pony in the magnificent land around their home as often as she can.
Her living room is short of a sofa and TV, and is instead filled with stacks of hay and a fence to keep the two-ton Connemara pony at bay.
New Frontier achieved little carrying Gary Tanaka's colours at four in America and in 2000 he arrived at Tullaghansleek, where he stood for four seasons alongside Irish draught and Connemara pony stallions.
Carriage Driving Association, member of American Connemara Pony Society.
You're trekking on a sturdy Connemara pony along an ancient peat bog up to the peak of a rugged Connemara mountain.
2hh grey Connemara pony Robe Ranger and the pair has done extremely well to make the final a second time.
The Doyler has an accent you could "lather with your Shillelagh" the engine of a Connemara pony and the tenacity of an Irish wolf hound.
In September last year, she decided to follow her dream and buy a Connemara pony, similar to the first one she was given as a 13-year-old schoolgirl.
She's the granddaughter of the former Newmarket trainer David Ringer and she still has the same Connemara pony she had as a girl.
Two boyos, says one witness, were seen riding the Connemara pony up the road in Stranlorlar late at night.