|Posted on Monday, 24 March, 2008 - 9:23 am: |
With you guys
nice to have something separate for our little people
my boy is 36inches 9hh but thinks he is a shire lol
|Posted on Thursday, 6 December, 2007 - 6:01 pm: |
May I suggest that the height limit is 10.2hh and under. 10.2hh = 42 inches which is the maximum height for standard Shetland ponies. I imagine that most of the small ponies are Shetlands or of Shetland type.
I am so pleased the tinies are getting the regognition they deserve.
|Posted on Wednesday, 5 December, 2007 - 7:53 pm: |
As someone who tried, without success, to get something off the ground for small ponies, I know how hard it can be. Well done on getting this far. I hope people support the board and some real live events take place sometime in the future.
I have a 10.2hh ish but she has not been measured. If I find her to be 10.1 and 3/4 I will be able to join in.
|Posted on Tuesday, 4 December, 2007 - 11:44 am: |
Hi Alan I think that under 10.2hh is a good height restriction as it is in keeping with our aim to encourage more smaller pony folks to join in as with our special rosette offer for the top small ponies in the indoor league But I am open to other suggestions & comments as always please feel free to contact me Janet Sycamore email@example.com ( p.s Alan I am very happy that you are now a very happy bunny it makes everyones hard work & time put in to these ideas very worthwhile !! )Thank You
|Posted on Monday, 3 December, 2007 - 9:00 pm: |
Thank you for bringing small ponies in from the outer where ever it was that we were. It's nice to feel part of the scene again. But what size is a small pony? I would suggest less than 10.2 hh. What do others think?
Alan (a very happy bunny)