Welcome to Windy Mane Welsh Ponies!
Section B Welsh ponies are used for breeding Welsh and Welsh-cross sport ponies. High quality Welsh pony bloodlines used to breed and produce the best possible sport pony young stock include the following (external links will open in a new window):
- Gayfields Bein' Good (WMW Stallion)
- Wedderlie Mardi Gras
- Clanfair's Signature
- Rollingwoods Cookie Thief
- JG Cops and Robbers
- Sleight of Hand
- Eyarth Beau Geste
- Eyarth Troy
- Carwed Charmer
Why Section B Welsh Ponies?
According to the Welsh Pony and Cob Wikipedia, native ponies existed in Wales before 1600 BC. "Welsh ponies are hardy, surefooted, and intelligent. Refined with clean bone, with substance, stamina, and soundness."
According to the Welsh Pony and Cob Society, Section B ponies have all the physical and personality characteristics of Section A ponies, but were bred to meet the demand for a larger riding type pony. They are no more than 14.2 hh and have no lower height limit. This added height allows the ponies to carry many sizes and ages of riders, from small children to senior adults.
These characteristics, along with their great temperaments, give Welsh ponies the versatility and longevity required to carry inexperienced to advanced riders, as well as serve in many other disciplines (e.g., cart or wagon pulling) for many years.