So in one photo you can see Twynmelyn Crystal, Snowflake & Welsh Maid, three of Delme's fillies representing Twynmelyn and in the other are photos of two of my previous youngsters Ceitho & Madog representing horses that were owned by me at the time of setting up the site.
To add interest to the site, I'll also be adding a few photos that I'll be taking at the various shows & sales that I go to. Go to Home for more details. You'll also find welsh cobs for sale here, mostly from the studs that I arrange website for, but with a few for family and friends too.
A few years back I completed the Ultimate Stud Guide, which listed all the Stallions at Stud, from breeders with a website in the U.K A monumental undertaking - almost too much for this design of website. A European guide is now complete too, the Rest of the World Guide will follow at some point in the future.
WHY WELSH WELSH COBS?
The welsh cob has proved itself to be a versatile enough animal to be found all over the world but it just happens that the Studs I do websites for and therefore most of the welsh cobs offered for sale on the site are all from Wales.
Promoting Studs is one way to help protect the future of the Welsh Cob, buying colts not good enough to be stallions, and giving them a better future by turning them into well handled geldings is another way that I can support their future. One more way I can offer support is by being a member of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.
BECOME A MEMBER
It costs just £30.50 to be a member of the WPCS for a year (year runs from start of Jan to end of Dec regardless of when you join) & for that you get:
THE JOURNAL: The 2012 journal features just under 700 glossy pages of photos, many of them colour, show winners, sale toppers, stud adverts as well as events organised by societies and groups all over the world. There are still loads of studs who don't have a website, so it is still the best way of viewing or contacting a whole load of studs.
THE ROSETTES: by being a member, it means that if you enter your Cob or part bred in selected shows, you will be eligible for the special Society Medals on offer for you and your horse.
THE MEMBERSHIP CARD: my membership card has pride of place in my wallet all set for an opportunity to give someone a flash!
THE LOO PASS: when you become a member you can visit the members’ pavilion at the Royal Welsh Show and it has two nice ladies loos! (the pavillion is a cross between a working mens club and a livestock mart cafe (not neccessarily a bad thing in my experience) but the loos are better than the public ones.... No photos of horset totty on the back of the doors though! Do you think I should donate some?)
Seriously though, becoming a member does help the WPCS in their work tremendously & what a great club to be apart of. Ready to join up? Follow the WPCS LINK