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        02-16-2007, 03:13 PM
    Heya I was thinking of getting a connemara, as I want to jump and do ridden showing, if anyone knows of anyone selling one cheaply but good quality (good quality and small prices don't go together but ohwell lol) then please get in contact with me like pm me thanks

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        02-17-2007, 03:53 PM
    No I havent read dat book is it any good ill let you nw of any good quality cheap ponies conemaras of corse most pure breeds dnt come 2 cheap but ill keep an eye out for ya my pony wen he trots he looks like he going to dances he is so cute an fuffy at da moment lol xx thnx every1
        02-18-2007, 08:51 PM
    Connemara X Tb crosses produce AMAZING jumpers! I love connemaras. They are a very very athletic and hardy breed! Not to mention they are too cute!
        02-19-2007, 07:10 PM
    I love connies, they are IMO (in my opinion) a true allrounder
        02-20-2007, 02:23 PM
    Yeah my pony is a cross connemara and he is a brill jumper so cute and cuddley lol xx my pony is the far pic in da blue halter
        03-06-2007, 12:48 AM
    LOVE them I have a irish sport pony, connemara x irish sport horse and he is amazing I jump him 4'6" and he does it like a little rocket I won western states pony club show jump championships large pony division on him last year. Our take your own line was wicked fast we beat everyone there and went completly clean.
        03-07-2007, 01:50 AM
    There's the little man
        03-11-2007, 08:35 AM
    O my god bet your really proud of him xx
        03-11-2007, 10:58 AM
        03-12-2007, 06:32 AM
    I came across this and couldn't keep my self from writing something. I'm also totaly in love with Connemara pony's, since I take care for 3 of them for a year now. They hadn't been working for at least 3 years (one had never been ridden because of mouth problems) and in half a year 2 of them were ridden again.

    But characters of Connemaraponies are really different!

    The one that was under the saddle again the first, was quite fast and I couldn't really handle her, so a friend of mine rides her.
    At the moment she's 12 years old. She's imported from Ireland.

    This is her:

    I presented her at the annual Connemara show, where she was 2nd in her class with one point less than the winner.

    The second one I started under saddle, was a mare who used to start bucking when you put her to work or just stood still and didn't move anymore. I only had to deal with the last thing, happily. She's kind of slow, but I'm sooo fond of her, never trusted a horse this much! This one is also imported from Ireland and she's 11 at the moment.

    This is her:

    During our first trip

    At dressage

    We will start jumping this summer, but we mostly go for walks in the field, because she really is bombproof and likes to be outside

    The third one is never been ridden, but she's really sweet and a perfect model ;)

    I totally fell in love with Connemara ponies since I met those three and hope to be able to buy a foal of the one I ride next year!

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