hi whiteblazes.. yep, still lurking from old DG :-) I am biased but yes, seren is absolutely stunning, I do wonder if she's wasted with me as I will just hack her out eventually and to be honest she will make a fantastic show horse. I was loose schooling her today and her paces are coming along cracking and richard maxwell did say to me that she was going to be something special when he came out to her last year
*sigh*. I guess she won't care if she never goes to a show LOL
GL, I've been in the same dilemas myself, especially when I first bought Missy and everybody said she should be shown, she'd go far etc etc, put her in foal etc etc, and now 7 years on, she's 13 and we still only hack out, but what the heck, she's loved to bits and happy being a beautiful field ornament, and most of all, I enjoy looking after them without the need to show/compete/breed/whatever......... ;D
I never showed her though, I just lent her to a friend the first time and a young girl the next two times, it was the young girls first ever show too, and she got a 3rd in a ridden class, she was well chuffed, bless her ;D Then the next year when Missy was 12, she got a few 2nd's and a reserve champion too, she was chuffed to bits. Sadly this year, boys were her main interest
Post by Native Ponies on Nov 8, 2005 9:13:49 GMT 1
All these lovely pictures!
I will be creating a Native pony website when I have enough pictures and info. It would be really helpful if some of you native owners could join my Native Pony forum and post your pictures in the picture request thread (posted as an announcement in all categories)
Have no idea- he isn't registered and bought him from a remedial trainer, who bought him from a lady, who bought him from Duckhurst Farm (which is a dealers yard)- real shame as he is picture perfect traditional D material- Arab head, tough and sturdy, nice arse etc- have no idea how you could trace his breeding, any ideas?
HELP!!! am always looking for more peeps to teach for my BHSPT hrs, pls see Services page, Cx