For some reason i couldn't find anything related in Google - are there any Exmoor Ponies here at all ?
Thats a real shame They are nice little ponies, I used to lease one back in England when I was small enouth to fit on one.Well - just had a reply from the exmoor society back in blighty and there are no registered exmoors here in Au.
There were some a few years back but none now.
I reckon the market would be huge for them. Dependable, handy little ponies. Great as leadliners, great as first off the lead ponies, great little harness ponies...I wonder how much of a market there would be for them here - great stocky little individuals and yes Yqh - minds of their own, leastways all the ones i know did
They sure do - i bought a little stunner from our local market once for ?23 ! She jumped out of the back of a panel van, no ramp and was bought through at the last minute - only the meat man left and even he left her.There are already a couple of New Forest studs in Australia
I do also think tht there would be a huge maret for Exmoor ponies, but like any breed they have to be shown and known before they become popular i think.
It's just like the Gypsy Cobs, there are very few purebreds in England, and they're sold for 2 or 3 pounds at the markets, yet over here they have a huge market and people pay $30,000 easily for them!
Hello. I signed up to this site so I can talk to you! I was horrified to hear that the Exmoor pony is endangered. I asked a UK owner to tell me it wasn't true.For some reason i couldn't find anything related in Google - are there any Exmoor Ponies here at all ?