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Welsh Part Bred Horse    "Kentchurch Masquerade"
Welsh Part Bred Horse: Kentchurch Masquerade owned by Mrs. P.E. Vestey and ridden by Graham Chapple


Although the animals entered in all four sections of the Stud Book vary in size and substance, all show evidence of their common ancestor, the Welsh Mountain Pony.

The best inherit the strong constitution, good bone, courage, activity and equable temperament that has led to their world-wide renown.

It is therefore not surprising that they are in such demand for crossing with other breeds, and there is a Welsh Part Bred Register for horses, cobs and ponies whose breeding shows not less than 25% of Registered Welsh blood. The large Welsh Part-bred has proved of enormous value in most equine disciplines - Show Jumping, Eventing, Dressage and Driving.

Welsh Part Bred Pony    "Cottrell Statement"
Welsh Part Bred Pony:
Cottrell Statement ridden by Kati Balkin
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