The Exmoor Pony Society produce a list of all registered, licensed stallions, the list is based on the information provided by stallion owners. Stallion owners are asked to advise the Exmoor Pony Society of any changes to the list so that it can be kept as up to date as possible. The Stallion List Form can be downloaded from the website for this purpose.
Stallion owners are asked to provide the Exmoor Pony Society with details of the mares their stallion(s) have covered in any given year. The Stallion Covering Form can be downloaded from the website for this purpose.
The Exmoor Pony Society has a number of members who take a special interest in the bloodlines of the breed and are able to offer advice to breeders. If you would like to speak to one of these members then please contact the Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In line with current guidelines from equine and welfare organisations, the Exmoor Pony Society would ask all its members and owners to breed responsibly.
In accordance with the Exmoor Pony Society rules registered colts aged 3 years or under, that have passed a veterinary inspection, may be used for breeding purposes.
It is normal for breeders to request that their colt to be inspected for their stallion licence in their third year and information on colt inspections can be found on this page under Stallion Forms.
All stallions and colts aged 3 years or over exhibited in classes at shows run by or affiliated to the EPS must have been licensed by the Society.
This event traditionally takes place on the first Wednesday in May on the morning of the Exmoor Pony Society Annual General Meeting held at Raleighs Cross one of the highest points on Exmoor and starts at 11 am. It is an opportunity for owners to showcase their stallions and members and breeders to see both free-living and in-ground stallions. It is also an opportunity to showcase colts who are destined to be a herd’s future stallion.
Entry forms are available from the Society Secretary in the March of each year with entries closing mid-April (email@example.com).
This event takes place at the Midland Area Show at the end of August/beginning of September and is only open to licensed stallions.
Entry forms are available from the Show Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Exmoor Pony Society would like to thank all the owners who bring stallions and youngstock to the parades.
A travel bursary is available to all owners entering and exhibiting at a stallion parade.