The Ladies 


Here are the mares that we presently have available for breeding, including a couple that are still young but which I intend to keep for eventual breeding as well as riding.  Not all will be bred every year.

 Ellerbeck Feather  with newborn colt foal Ellerbeck Pharoah by John Wilf.  Feather is out of E Swallow by a Fell type.

Feather is available to give away to the right competent home, can buck now and then but otherwise a lovely comfortable pony with lots of character and attitude.


Ellerbeck Gala is not only a fantastic riding cob able to perform at level 3 Parelli but has bred a succession of excellent cob foals. She is 15 years old now but no one has told her so we are keeping quiet.

I have now sold Gala to a good friend but she will be staying here.


Savannah who is always called Cherry is supposedly Welsh section D cross.  I bought her for her colour as I need the cream gene to produce the buckskins and palominos that i would like to breed.  She is a beautiful little mare with attitude and personality and is a great favourite of mine so we will see what she produces in the years to come.

See Cherry's 2010 perlino filly by Crown's Wonder Pearl, she is to be named Ellerbeck Prairie Pearl


 Moonstone is a delightful little lass and a great favourite with everyone.  She has bred quiet, friendly foals and is an ideal producer of sensible, safe, children's ponies though has in the past and before coming here been bred to a Quarter Horse producing taller spotted types. she is in foal to Freedom and due May 2009 her foal will be available for sale and there is a fifty per cent chance of spots and it will definitely be tobiano.

I must get her going under saddle and really i should consider finding a good home for her in the near future



Ellerbeck Opal (pictured here at a few months old she has now grown into a most attractive sort) is a really nicely put together pony aged three this year out of a very correct Fell pony and by a small gypsy cob, she will be covered by Freedom this year for a 2010 foal.   Having said that I am wondering if i should let her move on so if anyone out there can offer her a good life I perhaps would consider selling her to the right home, you would have to convince me she would be in good hands though as I really do like this pony, they all deserve the best but Opal takes time to trust people and ideally doesn't want moving from place to place.  Recent pictures can be organised if anyone is interested in her. £3,000

Opal is due to foal end of April 2010

Ellerbeck Carnival (out of Gala and by John Wilf) is one for the future.  In theory she is available for sale but am so tempted to keep her as she  will be a good riding cob which could,be loaned to the numerous people wanting to share my horses and also could be bred to blood horses as well as traditional cobs to produce coloured, quality riding stock.  Carnival really does have the most quiet, cooperative, trainable personality and as temperament is what i always breed for she would certainly be right for my breeding program.

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