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Fell ponies: Resilient, surefooted, sensible and absolutely adorable - Country Life
The Fell pony: all you need to know about this hairy native breed with flash and heart - Horse & Hound
Like its fellow British native ponies, the Fell Pony is known for being hardy and surefooted, a result of northern England s rugged moors, or fells, where the breed developed. Add in a friendly, easygoing demeanor and it s no surprise that the Fell became popular with the locals for everything from packing to riding, ma...
New photo of Queen's fell pony Emma released after funeral attendance - Bbc News
Carltonlima Emma is the trusted mount of Hrh Queen Elizabeth Ii, patron of the Fell Pony Society and supporter of all things equestrian. The Fell Pony is one of Britain's most loved native breeds. It is associated with the North of England where the "fell" refers to high mountainous areas used as common grazing land. A
Queen to be presented with Eden author's new Fell pony book - Cumberland and Westmorland Herald
Fell Pony Society members pay tribute to their late patron Queen Elizabeth Ii The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Endangered Species: Conversation with Fell pony breeders Christine Morton and Alison Bell en Vimeo
This year is the centenary of the Fell Pony Society, whose patron is Her Majesty the Queen. This year is also the Queen s platinum Jubilee. Her 96th birthday photograph was Her Majesty with two of her Fell ponies. I have been invited to take part in the "Celebrating Fell Ponies' Centenary exhibition at The Old Courthous...
Native to the Lake District, fell ponies are an endearing sight roaming the national park s fells and rough pastures. Our Grasmere Gingerbread Fell Pony is a shaggy-maned delight with a slightly unkempt just got up in the morning appearance. Having long roamed the hills of old Cumberland and Westmorland, these sturdy an...
Immunoglobulin and peripheral B-lymphocyte concentrations in Fell pony foal syndrome - Pubmed
Horse Podcast Ep 94: Mountains & Moors - The Fell Pony of Cumbria - Equestrian Adventuresses
Today is the first episode of our new Horse Breeds around the World Series. We start with a famous British Pony breed, the Fell Pony of North England. Its home is in the Lake District and it takes its name from the word fell which is another term for hill or mountain. The Fell ponycontinue reading "Horse Podcast Ep 94: ...