fell pony


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fell pony

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(Veterinary Science) a British breed of large and heavy ponies, found in the hills of N England
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The monarch - on Fell pony Carltonlima Emma - laughed alongside Terry Pendry as they trotted along the banks of the Thames at Windsor.
Both stories feature characters Bran, a Celt boy living near the Great Chesters Fort, and his fell pony Mungo.
The research was made possible by funding from The Horse Trust and the support of the Fell Pony Society and the Dales Pony Society.
The horses - Murphy, a 14-year-old fell pony, and Jack, a six-year-old cobhorse, had won a number of prizes at local show jumping events and gymkhanas.
3 hh Dutch Holland Warmblood 16 hh Warmblood Fell Pony England Pony 14.
Notts-based rider Rachael Wilmot and fell pony Grindle put in their usual accomplished performance to take the Level 2 individual class, sponsored by Performance Equestrian, against a strong field.
But instead of the usual reality show rabble getting bladdered on mead and leaping in and out of ye olde hot tub, this is a more sober exercise starring half a dozen historical experts, a couple of long-horned oxen and a rather moody Fell pony called Blackthorn.
Bracklinn Nora, a fell pony bred by the Smith family in Perthshire, stood as supreme reserve.
Mr Wearmouth, who provided the transport for both days; Sue, from the Fell Pony Breeding Centre in the Lakes, who let us ride her horse, and eat our picnic in her home because it was raining; Mr and Mrs Potter, the farmers who met us; Mr John Crummie, the managing director of the DFDS sailing company, for allowing us to be the only VIP guests on board ship for the day and providing a delicious meal; and Cllr Joan McTigue for arranging it all for us.
The 14-year-old fell pony and six-year-old cob horse were discovered in a field at Llancaiach House Farm, Nelson, South Wales.
In England, Defra's rural enterprise scheme is supporting a feasibility report on the grazing characteristics and breed profile of Cumbria's semi-feral Fell pony.