Sunwillow Jubilee Section A Champion & Reserve Supreme M & M Royal Highland Show
2013, produced by us 2012 & 2013
Wensley ponies who have been flying the flag for us under saddle
(Idyllic Entrepreneur x Briolen Prydferth) who was sold spring of 2013 – has
been well placed in all her RI and HOYS qualifiers this season, despite only
going back into work in March. Owned by Janie O’shae and produced by
Christina Gillett who has done a wonderful job with her.
4 yr old Wensley Aeddan (out of Arian pictured above & by Idyllic Nimrod), who we sold over
the winter, made his debut in July 2013 and has either won or been highly placed
every time – inc 2nd at the BSPS Heritage champs, beautifully produced by Lucy Glover.
The Duchess of Cornwall who made an appearance in the ring at Royal Welsh, to talk to the
judge during the judging of the 3 yr old filly class. – Deucoch Una who can be
seen on the right of the picture ended up in 3rd place from an entry of 55 ponies
I was invited to judge Sec A & B at the Welsh Belgium spring show April 2013,
lovely quality ponies and fabulous hospitality made for a weekend to
remember. Pictured here with my co judge Carl Robinson (Rhydaman Stud) and
our Supreme champion and Reserve – Gwenllan Siencyn & Paddock Marquis
3 yr old colt Wensley Picasso (Delami Darth Vader x Idyllic Pirouette) showing a talent for
jumping over in France, future sport pony stallion perhaps?
Wensley Aragorn and Wensley Primadora with their little people – happy, safe & very loved children’s ponies!
Wensley Mithril 1st Novice Broodmares Three Counties Show 2012 on her debut as a broodmare
Wensley Matador by Idyllic Nimrod, the WPCS Highpoint Section A gelding of the year 2011
as a 3 year old. He was a big winner in hand in 2011, with 11 first
places, including the International Welsh Show and WPCS and County shows, often
in mixed company. He won a WPCS Bronze Rosette and 4 Millcroft
Championships. Scottie has now been sold to the most wonderful home with
Chris Gillett, where he has already begun his winning ways under saddle.
Wensley Calypso by Idyllic Nimrod, he was sold as a foal and in the spring of 2011 he
sold again to a lovely family local to us where he is proving to be a very safe
and willing child’s pony with a great talent for jumping.
Mrs V Dyvig & Mrs W Frank’s Sunwillow Orphir. Supreme Welsh Champion Orsett
Show 2010, and Supreme Welsh at Herts County. Sold at Fayre Oaks 2012 for £1600
The very beautiful Fosterhouses Sofia, 1st Sec A yearling fillies, Equifest 2010.
Cosford Wilco – 1st HOYS M&M L/R Qualifier Bucks County 25/8/10, produced by Debbie
Barr, ridden by Lucy Breach and owned by me.
Wilco was a very special find, I bought him from a dealer via an internet horse sales site exactly
one year earlier. Despite his appearance there was something very noble
about him, and what a mover. A more genuine and kind pony, you wouldn’t
meet. I hope he has good fortune for the rest of his life.
Cosford Wilco 2nd August 2009, upon purchase
Heathside Honey Bee, Joint Top Priced Mare, Fayre Oaks Sale 2009
Sold for £6500 to David Hodge, Blackator Stud, Devon
Honey went on to be Champion Section A at Devon County 2010 and Supreme in hand at NPS
area 25, with a beautiful filly foal by Heniarth Quip at foot
Idyllic Tarantino, 2 yr old colt, sold to Rhode Thielen Van Praat, Vennebos Stud,
Holland May 2009, was very successfully shown in Holland and Belgium 2010.
Now gelded and back in the UK under saddle.
Wensley Mithril – Above another of Synod Mary Lou’s foals by Idyllic Nimrod. Sec A
Youngstock Champion & Reserve Supreme Youngstock EWPCA April 2007, Judge
John Hendy. Also that year she was 1st at The Royal Show and 4th at the
Royal Welsh from over 100 entries.
her full sister Wensley Minnerva. Reserve Supreme Ch SEWPCA November 2009.
Sal Keswani’s Norash Beauson, 6th Senior Stallions RW 2007 – Mud ploughing!
Suffolk Show 2006, R – Wensley Arian Yearling Filly and L – Wensley Taliesin Yearling Colt, owned
by C & B Abel, Taliesin was our first foal out of Synod Mary Lou, by Idyllic
Nimrod. What a prolific broodmare she has turned out to be for us.