Recent News and Posts
| WELCOME TO CLASSIC CITY FARMS HOME OF CLASSIC CITY CLYDESDALES Mark Shannon & Macon Martin Classic City Clydesdales is a family owned and operated farm where the primary focus is breeding quality Clydesdale horses for work and show. Our dream started in 2001 with the purchase "at sa more... - 2013/05/19|
|DIY Home Fodder System DIY Home Fodder System - from threemealsfarm. Interesting idea for growing your own fodder. They use it to feed chickens and goats. I'm thinking it could also be used for horses, although I don't know how much you'd have to grow to make a dent in the horses' more... - 2013/02/03|
| The Farmers' Museum: Mangel Wurzels The Farmers' Museum: Mangel Wurzels This is a very interesting blog. The linked article concerns growing mangels for livestock feed. I've been interested in doing this for a while to give to the horses in the winter. more... - 2013/02/03|
|Horses in Snow A couple photos from last week.... our first snow of the year! From left to right: Brandy, Teddy, and Atticus more... - 2013/01/29|
|Where is the snow? So here we are, January 17th, and no snow yet for the year. Actually, I'm not really complaining... we've had some downright spring-like days this mild winter. Quite a few in the 60's. But I would like one or two snow days a year... here are some photos from years past of the snow- more... - 2013/01/17|
|Horse and Pet Podcasts I recently discovered a new site... Pet Life Radio . It has podcasts on numerous subjects regarding all types of pets, including horses. It's nice to listen to while doing chores around the house. Here's a good one I listened to the other day concerning horse agility: more... - 2013/01/17||
A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
The Welsh Pony & Cob Enthusiast's Websites
The Welsh Pony and Cob Enthusiasts Website. With details of various Studs, Breeders etc, together with LOTS of pictures of the Wonderful Welsh Ponies and Magnificent Welsh Cobs.
We are a small stud located in the valleys of South Wales. We have two stallions at stud - Tynyfid Brenin & Cwmtawe Kirk. We specialise in breeding of carriage horses though our stock are suitable for all spheres of equine activity generally associated with the Welsh Cob.
Southern Welsh Association
We're an open association of equine enthusiasts who share the common bond of admiring, breeding and/or showing horses and ponies of the Welsh breed. We can be seen all over the country in hunter / Jumper shows, Carriage Driving, English or Western events or just toodling down the trail.
Common Sense Ponies: quality welsh and pony stallions
Here at Common Sense ponies, we strive to seek out those quality pony stallions who show potential to sire quality and sensible childrens show ponies. We look for personality, tempermant, conformation, athletic ability, and attitude. Here at Common Sense Ponies our goal is to help create better ponies for children through research and carefull selection, come check us out.
Nerwyn Stud of Welsh Mountain Ponies
A small stud of Welsh Mountain and Welsh Ponies based on pure Coed Coch bloodlines
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The Welsh Cob Web and Pony ring.