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In 2010 Tam qualified for both HOYS and Olympia at his first attempt, as well as being Overall Ridden Champion at the NPS Scotland summer show for the second year in succesion. Although still a young pony he has been tremendously successful both inhand and under saddle, representing the breed at the countries major ridden finals. He continues to breed consistantly well, with his youngstock winning many championships at major shows throughout the country and above all else, he has an outstanding temperament and is an absolute pleasure to work with.
After much deliberation throughout the early part of 2011 we decided to retire Tam from the showring. We are very proud of what he has achieved over the years and feel that he has bowed out at the top with a record which rates amoungst the very best the breed has seen. We hope Tam will still have a huge part to play on the breeding side of things and will continue to produce quality stock. He will be used at home as a riding pony and might even manage out to some fun events in the future.
Was shown for the first time at the Fell Pony Breed Show in 2010. She is maturing into a tremendously powerful filly with exceptional legs and joints. Very sweet and feminine filly with fantastic presence and action. Norah had a busy show season in 2009, topped of by winning a very strong 2yo class at the breed show in August. In 2010 she was shown less but was rarely beaten. 2011 started well for Norah, she was M&M Champion at the Scottish National Stallion Show at Stirling Market in March, she then partnered Jackpot to win the St Johns Wells trophy at the Highland show for the second time before going on to win a NPS Gold Medal at Blair.