Meet The Ponies
Tillington Stables have the loveliest of ponies and horses at our premises – come and meet them!
George is a dear, kind pony who has turned his hoof to most things. He too has taken lots of our clients out and about to shows and pony club and has been to many pony club camps. He loves a cuddle.
Daisy was born on the premises and has lived here all her life, she used to be a great eventing and hunting pony and now does a great job teaching children the basic foundations of riding. She enjoys life.
Willow is a bigger pony for older children who has a great personality and is a real character.
Crunchie has a huge personality and adores all interaction and loves being groomed!
He is a beautiful flashy pony who used to strut his stuff in the show ring. He is a big favourite to ride and groom.
Dan is a lovely responsive ride and very popular. He is good at everything but doesn’t like the vet!
Gamgee is the smallest pony in the yard. He loves being fussed over at the pony mornings. He enjoys games, jumping and dressage but isn’t keen on puddles!
Henry is a gorgeous gypsy cob with the kindest nature who adores being groomed. He is a responsive and forward ride and loves jumping.
Ella is a lovely forward going New Forest pony who adores jumping but is also a kind gentle ride for younger less experienced children.
Other horses you may see around the stables
Clonea is a beautiful Irish Sports Horse, although not ridden by the children, he escorts the hacks. He competes at British Eventing events, dressage & showjumping competitions.
Aengus is a young Irish Sports Horse at the beginning of his education, he belongs to Honey who is having great fun teaching him. They make a great team and he is coming along beautifully.
Spirit is a very tall (17.1 hh) stunning looking Hanoverian mare. Currently a field companion for Bluebell, she has done pony club events, camps & unaffiliated competitions over the years.
Please get in touch for more information, to book your sessions and get directions.
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