Champion Shetland - Wells Masterclass

 

OAS Medal for Best Shetland Pony - Wells Masterclass

 

OAS Harray Stores Cup for Best Shetland Pony not exceeding 42" - Wells Masterclass

 

J & B Laing Cup for Champion Shetland Pony - Wells Masterclass

 

SPSBS Special Prize for Best Shetland Pony - Wells Masterclass

 

1st Wells Masterclass - Stallions

 

OAS Medal for Best Lead Rein - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

SPSBS Special Prize for Best Lead Rein - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

SPSBS Special Rossette for Best Ridden Shetland - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

1st Prize Major Sponsors Birsay Farmers Ltd - Lead Rein Class - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

2nd Hools Royal Diva - 2yr Old Filly Class

 

Strocherie Ennya, (Hools Shetland Pony Stud – Ridden by Elin Sinclair)

1st - Champion Lead Rein Trophy, 2nd - M&M Ridden 3rd - Junior Condition & Turnout.

We would like to congratulate Ann and Harry Sleigh and thank Ian Smith for showing Masterclass for us, along with photographer Rae Slater www.orkneysports.co.uk .

Email received from new owners;

 

‘We went to our first show with Heather of Hools at the weekend at Yorkshire Shetlands Spring Show, 22nd April 2012. After so many days of heavy showers and hail stone, we were lucky to have a shower free day all but a little wet under foot. Our Judges Mr David Hodge and Mr Julian Walters – owners of Halstock and Sharptor Shetland Studs, had the long drive up from Devon to a large turnout of 110 ponies; they did a brilliant job of placing the ponies in the ridden, child handlers and the in-hand classes. Heather was great, ridden by Freddie age 6 yrs, received a rosette so was highly delighted. My other son took her in the young handler, and came 4th, he was thrilled’

 

‘Heather is settling well and has done everything we have asked of her. She is a lovely little mare and we are delighted with her. Nothing seems to faze her, we live on a very busy road with a coast liner double decker buses going past every hour and some rides we have to go on this road for a while to get to anywhere and she doesn't flinch at them. The first day we took her out for a long ride we had two buses from behind and one coming towards us at the same time and I have to say I held my breath! I don’t think she even noticed them nor did Freddie who never stops talking!

 

RESERVE OVERALL IN-HAND CHAMPION : Hools Shetland Pony Stud & Strocherie Ennya

 

Class 2: Mountain & Moorland - In-Hand 1st Hools Shetland Pony Stud & Strocherie Ennya

 

Class 10: Lead Rein / First Ridden 1st Hools Shetland Pony Stud & Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair aged 8 yrs

 

Class 8: Mountain & Moorland / Ridden 3rd Hools Shetland Pony Stud & Strocherie Ennya

 

Reserve Cup for 3 Best Progeny Bred by Exhibitor - Hools Prince Harry, Hools Royal Revelation & Hools Holly Berry

 

Cup for Best Foal - Hools Royal Revelation – Colt foal

 

Medal for Best Lead Rein - Strocherie Ennya (Ridden by Elin Sinclair)

1st Heather of Hools - Open Shetland Ridden (Ridden by Isla Tait)

1st Hools Holly Berry – 2 yr filly

 

2nd Hools Prince Harry - 1 or 2 yr Colt

 

3rd Hools Aurora – 3 yr filly

 

3rd Hools Royal Diva - 2 yr filly

 

3rd Merkisayre Poppy - Yeld Mare

 

4th Hools Rising High – 1 yr Colt

 

5th Wells Perrier – Mare with foal at foot

 

Shetland Pony Grand National

 

3rd Heather of Hools (Ridden by Kelly Reid)

 

EMAS East Mainland Show Results - Judge Douglas McArthur, St. Ninian Stud, Scotland

 

1st Hools Prince Harry – 2 yr Colt

 

1st Strocherie Ennya – Lead Rein (Ridden by Elin Sinclair)

 

1st Wells Perrier – Mare with foal at foot

 

2nd Hools Royal Revelation – Colt foal

 

2nd Hools Angelina – Filly foal

 

2nd Hools Holly Berry – 2 yr filly

 

2ndHools Aurora – 3 yr filly

 

2nd Merkisayre Be-Bo – Yeld mare

 

2nd Hools Rising High – 1 yr Colt

 

3rd Hools Auskerry – Filly foal

 

Blackbraes Jack - Overall Champion Labrador/Retriever & Opposite Sex to Champion.

 

August Results 2012

 

OAS County Show Results - Judge Mr Jim Swan, Stow Stud, Ross Shire, Scotland

 

EMAS East Mainland Show Results

 

 

EMAS 2012 Medal Best Lead Rein - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

1st Prize Lead Rein - Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair

 

2012 Cup Best Pony for 10.5hh to 12.5hh - Haywards Lollipop (New Forest)

 

1st Prize Light Leg Yearling Class - Haywards Lollipop (New Forest)

 

1st Prize Light Leg 2/3 Yr Old Class - Dakota Miss Money Penny

 

Overall Champion Labrador/Retriever - Blackbraes Jack

 

June 2012

 

ORKNEY RIDING CLUB SHOW – Saturday 2nd June 2012.

 

What a day and what a great feeling! Qualifying for Blair Castle Horse Trials, with nearly over 100 horses/ponies taking part.

 

Wells Masterclass, (Hools Shetland Pony Stud) Overall Reserve Yard Champion, Overall M&M Champion,

Overall Reserve In-hand Champion, 1st – Small M&M In-hand, 1st – 3yr-16yr horse/pony In-hand, 1st – M&M Qualifier for Blair Castle Horse Trials

 

April 2012

 

Heather of Hools, Ridden 7 yr old mare sold to Yorkshire

 

March 2012

 

Orkney Riding Club Winter Woollies Show – 11th March 2012

 

October 2011

 

 

FORTY-SEVENTH SHOW & SALE of REGISTERED PEDIGREE SHETLAND PONIES

(IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SHETLAND PONY STUD-BOOK SOCIETY)

 

 

Standard Section

 

Judge: Mrs J Pleass, Cotter House, Devonshaw, Powmill, Dollar - Transy Stud

 

2nd Hrossay of Hools – Licensed Stallion

 

3rd Cumliebank Josh – Licensed Stallion

 

3rd Hools Aurora - Filly 1, 2 or 3 yrs

 

3rd Amy of Hools – Mare

 

September 2011

First Dressage Test – Dakota Star Buck ridden by Kelly Peace - Intro B, placed 4th

 

First Dressage Test – Strocherie Ennya ridden by Elin Sinclair – Intro B, placed 5th

 

August Results 2011

 

OAS County Show Results - Judge Mrs Bell, Glenlough Stud (NI)

June 2011

 

Orkney Riding Club Open Show – Results for Heather of Hools ridden by Elin Sinclair age 7 yrs

 

2nd - Flett & Carmichael Lead Rein Pony of Hourston Cup

 

2nd - Orkneyinga Highland Pony Stud Ridden M&M Small Breeds

 

2nd - Orkneyinga Highland Pony Stud in-hand M&M Small Breeds

 

3rd - TA Tait Pony Club Type 14.2 & Under

 

Photo's of Elin and Heather of Hools can be viewed at www.orkneysports.co.uk there are lots of photos, however Heather of Hools is the only Black Shetland that was there, so they are easy to spot!

 

 

New arrivals to Hools Shetland Pony Stud May 2011

 

Filly Foal 'Hools Angelina' born 01/05/2011 - Dam; Wells Fyona by Wells Rising Tide Sire; Wells Invincible

 

Filly Foal 'Hools Vicci' born 02/05/2011 - Dam; Wells Vicci by Wells Final Command Sire; Wells Invincible

 

Colt Foal 'Hools Royal Revelation' born 17/05/2011 - Dam; Wells Perrier by Wells Royal Command Sire; Wells Invincible

 

Filly Foal 'Hools Auskerry' born 26/05/2011 - Dam; Amy of Hools by Mister Magenta of Hools Sire; Wells Invincible

 

Many thanks to Ann Sleigh and family (Wells Stud) for the lease of Wells Invincible.

 

April 2011

 

Congratulations to Elin Sinclair and Heather of Hools on their first Dressage Test - Intro B, placed 3rd on a score of 61.3%

 

 

February 2011

 

Congratulations to Elin Sinclair (7 yrs old) and Heather of Hools - 2nd prize M&M In-hand class & 2nd prize M&M Ridden class Orkney Riding Club Winter Wollie Show, this was their first Pony Club Event.

 

If you are interested to buy in the future a pony bred by us, you will have a possible choice from two types of bloodlines.

 

In our stud we breed ponies based of the quality bloodlines from Wells they are nearer to full height at 42” with very good conformation, great robustness and excellent character – excellent for breeding/showing /ridden.

 

We offer also Shetland ponies with a little bit lighter body frame, bred mainly on the famous world-known Marshwood bloodlines. These ponies are also intended for children, but in this case now for the more experienced children who want to start to compete in the pony sport. These ponies have excellent movement and are very willing to work. Competition for the youngest riders has a big tradition in the world and it's up to us to support these children with these quality ponies.