Horses and ponies for sale
The following is our list of horses and ponies that we currently
have for sale
Irish Cob Hunter Type
17 years old,
Mocha is a lovely example of Irish horse with a smashing respectful temperament.
He will hack alone and in company and is capable of doing a good lesson, including jumps and would do a decent dressage test, having been well schooled in the past.
He has been hunting all through last season in Ireland in County Meath.
Mocha can be left without being ridden with no trouble. He is easy to catch, groom, shoe, box, dentist, in traffic etc. An ideal older horse, already made for the family to enjoy. A type that is hard to find!
Pure Bred Cleveland Bay
Crossways farm Albion Bomber aka Archie
Our fully Sparks compliant Cleveland Bay colt foal age 11 months is for sale to a kind knowledgeable home.
He is well handled, moves well and has an excellent temperament and confirmation.
He is used to the farrier and the dentist.
His pedigree means that he has excellent breeding potential and he would then be promoting the Cleveland Bay breed, but he will also make a good show, dressage or hunting horse.
Anyone interested please contact the owners direct on 01597 840315 or 07969 090152 and ask for Chris or Eileen.
Skewbald (Blue & White) mare, 8 years old, 15.2hh, Irish Cob
Floss is a well up to weight Irish Cob type mare and is a lovely sample with correct paces and natural presence.
Since arriving at Underhill Floss has taken part in lessons & hacking at home, has learned to load calmly and travelled to flatwork clinics with Karen Nicholas and been shod quietly on more than one occasions.
She has been to a local show where she behaved impeccably and demonstrated good potential in the show ring and over a show jump course of 2’9. She is very sensible to handle and groom, has been good with the dentist and good with all the traffic she has seen.
Basically, the more she does the better she gets!
Floss would suit a busy home as an all rounder / competition / family horse and will take all the work she can get!
Dun Gelding, 9 years old, 14.2hh, cob type.
Jack has three lovely paces and is a straight mover. He is great to do in all ways, good to catch, shoe, groom, load, traffic, dentist etc.
Jack continues to develop his jumping and showing abilities, having attended several local shows and The Royal Welsh Spring Festival at Builth Wells; he is never out of the ribbons, both in hand, ridden, SJ and Working Hunter.
This bright pony needs a capable rider to continue to improve him.
He is talented and good looking enough to go a long way in the right hands, with a stunning colour to help him on his way! He is looking for a competition home to go and strut his stuff with.
Grey Gelding, 5 years old, 15hh.
Pure bred Irish Connemara
By: Crusheen Moody Blue
Out of: Doon Cathlyn
A lovely athletic stamp of Connemara, Dodger is broken in and riding well, has three attractive paces but is still green so not ready for a novice. He hacks out and works in the school alone and in company and is showing good potential over jumps. He is a very respectful chap to handle, good to catch, groom, load, travel and with all the traffic he has seen.
He was good with the dentist and farrier to trim, currently still barefoot. Dodger is a super quality horse who unfortunately makes a slight noise when exercising though it doesn't seem to affect his energy levels.
Therefore being offered as he is at the low price of ...
KEEP COMING BACK FOR NEW HORSES & PONIES
WE HAVE FOR SALE.
If you have a specific requirement, please let us know as we have
extensive contacts in the horse world and may be able to find something
to suit you.
Tel 01597 851890 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more quality horses and ponies for sale, visit our friends' site at www.furzehillfarm.com
Buying horses and ponies
We are prepared to consider purchasing horses/ponies when it is
clear that the owner and horse's "chemistry" is not compatible.
Matching the horse to the person is all important to the well being
of both and is not necessarily a failure if things do not work out.
It is better to admit it and move on.