The New Forest Pony ... a true all-rounder!
Intelligence, strength, calm temperament and versatility.
The New Forest ponies most endearing quality is their inbred, gentle nature. Their calm temperament naturally recommends them as an excellent choice and an ideal mount for both children and adults. They have long been raced locally and are surprisingly fast, especially over rough terrain. They are suited to many competitive activities from Pony Club to polo, driving to dressage, they are naturals at jumping and gymkhana and are successfully trained to carry handicapped riders.
All in all, the modern New Forest Pony is an exceptional all-rounder with an endearing character, that has developed as a result of both its unique environment and strong association with the people who have been responsible for the development of the breed.
We are delighted that Malcolm Fry has agreed to help us collate information for the Website
if you have any interesting New Forest news please get in touch with Malcolm Tel: 07790 093656.
Malcolm is now inviting studs to write in with their news for a Stud news section on the website
starting with the WOODSHEAL STUD report on latest news page
Please can all those that have qualified for the NPS Dressage Finals at Addington and would like to be included in a team please contact Trudy Nineham or Dawn Vear ...Thank you!
PLEASE NOTE To help address the continuing drop in registrations and consequential financial losses, the Society will not be publishing a stud book this year. We will produce one next year that will include the entries for both 2014 and 2015.
Veteran Horse Society Performance Awards 2014 Group Champion (n/e 148cm)
G33/001Royal Oak Murphy Himself 1990
(Hopalong of Yewtree / Royal Oak Daybreak)
Owned & Ridden by Felicity Andruszko
The Value of Registration
Registration increases the value
of your pony, makes it more marketable and opens the door to many local, regional and national activities available to registered ponies. The NFPB&CS is the Official Breed Society and holders of the New Forest Pony Stud Book.
We assess eligibilty of New Forest Ponies for inclusion within the Pure Bred or Part Bred Registers, and issue Passports accordingly.