BLAENLLAIN DB’S MS MOLE
Date of Birth; 2015
Height to make approx; 15 / 15.2hh
Sire; Blaenllain Doodleba
Dam; Penlanganol Pheonix; Dams Sire, Maesmynach Principal.
Registred, Welsh Partbred, Elg Part Bred Arab and NPS,
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This is the first foal that we have bred from Penlanganol Pheonix.
Dam; Penlanganol Pheonix; who is sired by MAESMYNACH PRINCIPAL and is out of Langarth Emma, who is a mother for proven competition stock, and we are exceptionally pleased with the cross. The dam line is proven in breeders of successful competition horses in numerous disciplines.
Pheonix who is approx 15.2hh and slightly smaller than her mum Emma who was approx 16hh.
Sire; Blaenllain Doodleba, Bart, On the sire’s side Bart is a multi champion himself and a sire of proven show and performance progeny to a high level. Barts is out of Blaenllain Doodle Berry, who herself competed successfully as a show horse, winning WPB and RH at National level, she also competed in BS and won HT. Doodles sire was the well known TB OLD LUCKY, who sired Marys Kings International eventer, King SOLOMON III.
With the excellent bloodiness and fantastic temperaments, we would hope that Mole would be set for a future as a top class 15/15.2 WHP / Dressage / competition all rounder.
As A Foal; Ms Moles first show was the Royal Welsh 2015, in the broodmare class, Pheonix was first in the brood mares and Ms Mole was a excellent 2nd in the foal class. Her next show was the Welsh Nationals, where Pheonix won the WPB broodmare class and Ms Mole won the partbred foal class. They finished the season of with Pembroke county where they both stood 2nd to a pony that had come over from Ireland. Both Mole and Pheonix enjoyed their season showing, taking all the hustle bustle preparation, travelling and experience in their stride.
After showing as a foal, Mole was then turned away and allowed to grow on both mentally and physically at her own rate. She regularly travels in a trailer and lorry from grazing to grazing, and will is bought back to this yard at regular interval for the farrier. We also lead them back from grazing which is approx 2 miles, so again giving them much valued experience on the road. We lead them in groups or on their own, they also go in fount and behind, in preparation for when they ride out under saddle. Through the winter they are rugged.
January 2019; She had been bought in and stared her education towards being backed. to date, she has had a bridle on, roller and saddle, she has worked a couple of times in loose side reins, and is totally unfazed by what I have done, including clipping, and appears to be very sensible, enjoy her work and keen to do more.