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Jazz is 14h and 5 years old.  Professional backed spring in 2021, we’ve now owned her for a year.  Jazz is a extremely genuine and bold little mare and now needs to be someones number 1.  

Please contact me for further information, I have lots of videos.

Kelly: 07841904016



⭐️Desperately seeking ⭐️

Next best friend wanted

14-15hh Safe and sensible Pony for my daughter to keep progressing on, She loves XC,SJ and flatwork too. Has regular lessons, attends PC rally’s, camp, low level competitions, fun rides and hacking! Current unicorn just isn’t able to step up with her unfortunately. Loving knowledgeable 5* home with references awaits. Ideally LWVTB/lease. 🤞🐴 *Wiltshire*



Sadly, our little Icky (Laithehill Icarus) is now very properly outgrown and will begin his search for a smaller child to love him. He really is a very special boy, and we would keep him forever if only Roo would stop growing or if we had a younger, smaller human of our own to move onto him now.
Icky is 13.2hh but quite slight (Flossie is only an inch or two taller, but significantly bigger). Roo got him when she was a small 9 year old, was short on confidence, and a very novice rider (will post some videos of early days in comments), and he took a significant step down to look after her, and over the last three years has gradually stepped back up.
Icky is 22 years old now, been there and done that. He is still full of beans, has not been sick or lame in the last three years (or prior to that to the best of our knowledge!) and has in the last few months zoomed around courses of up to 70cm, but he is happiest over 60cm, and for this reason I think he is probably best suited to a young, novice rider who might take a little while to build up – he is superb at building confidence, so someone who is already confidently jumping 40/50cm courses now will probably outgrow him a bit too quickly.
Ickster isn’t a very cuddly pony and can be a fidget when tacking up, although he has settled down a lot once he had settled in properly. Roo took him to her first junior residential camp last summer and managed him (tacking up, feeding, grooming, etc) without any difficulty as long as there was an adult on hand to check her girth!
Icks has qualified for the 50 and 60cm classes at PC mini champs at the end of August (last year they qualified for the 40 and 50cm classes). Obviously Roo is desperate to take him there, but I’m letting people know that he will be available soon because we’re very happy for someone to try him now, possibly take him to mini camp, etc come and ride him regularly over the next month and a half (we have an enclosed school, big field to ride in, and super hacking) to make sure you’re the right fit for each other, but he’ll only be moving yards permanently after 25/26 August.
A million photos and videos on this page if you look back, plus our YouTube (mostly Archie’s dressage tests, but also Icky’s videos of his league winning PC dressage tests and BD intro tests). Any questions please don’t hesitate to ask, even if you just want to come give him a pony treat!
Tack and rugs included in price.




We are still looking! (this is my last try and I’m about to give up 😫, I’ve been to see lots that are not at all as advertised!) Looking for a kind/safe first pony for my 3 boys who are beginners, they can walk and trot and are about to learn to canter. They would like to start to learn to jump and hack safely, I don’t need anything flashy just a confidence giver that knows it’s job and is not going to scare them bucking/rearing/bolting/etc. Needs to be safe/good on road/good on and off lead rein. Ideally this pony will have also done some PC. Nothing green please, something that’s been there and got the t shirt. Height wise looking for around 13.2, must be kind on the ground, good in open spaces, good to catch/load/clip/shoe. Open to golden oldies.
In an ideal world this pony is a much loved family member who has taught a child/ren to ride and now the family want it to go to a lovely, long term, happy private farm home where it will have fun teaching my 3 boys to ride and showing them the joys of having a pony. If anyone knows of anything pleased get in touch, Thanks

Sarah 07730927588



“Lavender” super fun mare looking for a new home.

Chunky 12hh Welsh, Grey, 15yr old

Lavender has been there and done it, attending lots of pony club rallies (flat, pole, SJ, XC) camps, ODE’s, fun rides etc. She is fab to hack alone or in company, not phased by traffic including lorries, farm machinery etc. She lives on a busy farm with other horses, cows, sheep, dogs and noisy children!!

Lavender is up to date with farrier, dentist, vacs etc. I tend to restrict her grazing because she puts on weight easily but has never had Laminitis to my knowledge. Lavender is good in open spaces, bare foot with good strong hooves! She’s a pony that loves to be loved!

Lavender can put in the occasional buck if not in continuous work. My daughter (age 7) has had her since Sept 2020 and has never been unseated/fallen because of a buck, I just want to be honest. For this reason a child that already has a good amount of confidence, that will just kick on may best be suited?!

Only selling as my daughter has gone in to games, so have purchased her a games pony.

Lavender will come with fitted saddle, and her bridle


Pony for Sale | “Lavender” super fun pony club mare (



Wanted: experienced, safe pony/small horse for mature, petite rider. 


Would like to do the following activities;

Jumping, X country, hunt, hacking alone and in company. Not bothered about winning anything, just after a willing partner to have fun with. 

Age and sex not overly important as long as fit and able to do low level riding club activities. Will be kept locally and continue to be taught by Paula Coward at Downlands. 

Competent, but not always a confident rider so nothing green, young or quirky. 

Any much-loved outgrown ponies/horses out there that need one last home? 

Happy to provide references. Realistic budget. 

Please call Helen on 07855443728. 



We’re looking for a loan pony for my 11 Yr old confident granddaughter we’ve sadly had to pull out of camp this year as her 23 year old pony would like a quieter time we’re looking for a pony around 14hh+ but no bigger then 14.3 must be bombproof but forward going safe type to join us in our loving home must be able to jump around 80/90 must be good in traffic and good to load and travel



14.2 5 year old welsh gelding 

After dealing with a timewaster i am now looking to loan out Zorro for the rest the summer before having him back to hunt (3/4 months as a starting point but could be flexible) 

He was backed and ridden away Christmas 2020 then turned out for the summer, being brought back into work January this year! Therefore, is still green and needs a competent home but he has a temperament to die for. He’s been great fun and real a pleasure to ride.

He Is a forward going pony who loves his work and to please his rider but equally can be picked up and dropped without turning even a little bit silly! 100% in traffic, alone or in company and will ride and lead!

Has been seen a little bit of everything the last few months and now just needs to get out and about more regularly to really thrive.

He has a really nice pop in him and enjoys his jumping, I have schooled him over 90’s and he still has more to give but currently jumping 75/80 courses

No vices snaffle mouthed, good in open spaces