Lets see your welshes (and crosses)!
Mine falls under a cross, we guess that he is a welsh cob x QH cross. When I was younger the welsh cob was my favorite breed, so its kind of funny that I ended up with one all of these years later when I wasn't even looking for one!
His name is Major and he has got to be one of the sweetest most laid back horses ever.
I love welshys! I think they have such personality. Unforturnately, I haven't been able to own any (nor doubt I will for myself, I'm not exactly tiny! Haha) but I do know a couple and have never met a welsh I don't get along with.
Most recently I got to know Buck, a section A welsh pony stallion. He's a sweet heart and looooves to jump!
Lol, first show of the season - he was a liiiitttle hyper. ;)
Trotting around in the round pin. :)
Aww you all have lovely horses! I don't own a welsh cob or pony but I do love the breed. I suppose its my local breed as I live in Wales!
Here is my girl, Snowball. Not registered but a lot of people have told us she looks like a purebred section b welsh. She is due to have a foal in March!
Awh, all of yours are so cute!
Welshes seem to be really good jumpers, Major loves to pop over little stuff, might have to do some low jumpers with him this year too.
I've had a couple Welsh crosses...
First up is Justus - '05 Welsh Pony/Mustang/Appaloosa mare. She's 14.1hh and just a DOLL to work with. So quick to learn and retains almost everything!
Next is Shekhan, '03 Welsh Pony/Arabian/QH mare. Pictured here with the kid I sold her to.
HORRIBLE angle, but she's a SOLID little pony, standing only 13hh!
Next is Clarke - '04 Welsh Pony/Arabian/QH (yes, full brother to Shekhan above)
This one was one of my favorites - Maximum Performance. '03 Welsh Pony/Appaloosa/Arabian gelding. He was my pride and joy but the little monster stopped growing at 13.2hh, this was the ONLY reason I sold him. But I sold him to a girl that now shows 2' pony club with him and is doing fantastic!
And showing in '08
Next is a full brother to Max, '06 colt named Khodi. I ended up moving away for 8 months shortly after he was born and my mother did less than NOTHING with him so sadly he was very flighty when I got home. Worked with him for about 2 months and got him accepting tack as a yearling, leading, tying, picking and trimming his feet and all that good stuff before selling him. (keep in mind he's a funny looking yearling here...)
So yeah, those are all my ponies...had one more that isn't shown here but that was from before I had a camera so I don't even have shots of her, but she was a full sister to Justus, the first mare in my post.
LOVE Welsh :)
Can't access my photos at work, so will try to remember to come back to add them, but you can see them on my website, www.CheyAutRanch.com
I have Summer who is Welsh Cob/Haflinger, and I have Mysti River Gold who is Welsh B/Arabian (registered with AHA as half arab, Welara registry, will be with WPCSA as half welsh once I send it in, and going for the ASPR inspection this year). Her sire is my favorite Welsh stallion, Rocko's Gold :) She's just coming two years.
I don't own one, though I seriously wish I had the money to buy him :[
He's a WelshxAppy and one of the most talented horses I've ever met. He stands at about 13.3, and is 7 or 8 I believe. I ride him in the summers, and this summer reached the milestone (for him) of jumping 3 feet :] He does it effortlessly too, I have no doubt he's got the capability to go higher. Sorry for the rant.
Without further ado, here's..... Lightning! :D
(disclaimer: ^ not me)
very cute appyX !!!! =]
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