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Introducing Toby

Eclipse 2020

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23 May 2020
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Congrats he is pretty. My guess is that he is a Irish sport horse my mare looks actually like you’re horse she is a Irish sport horse the only difference is that she is bright bay in the summer but is his color in the winter.
 

AdorableAlice

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What a lovely sort, I am not seeing any Welsh in him, there is something ponyish about him, I wonder if he is TB on a large quality pony, maybe an intermediate type pony. Not a fashionable cross now but common in years gone by.
 

Ambers Echo

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Well I was told he is a Tb x Connie but I would have no idea myself. He definitely came over from Ireland though.
 

McFluff

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I was too late. Was going to say he looks very like my friends Connie x TB that she had years ago. Cracking horse. Made a great showjumper and general fun horse.
 

Upthecreek

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He is lovely. I was thinking TB x Connie. I had one about 20 years ago, very similar to Toby, but just a star on his face. Probably the best ‘all rounder’ I’ve had.
 

BallyJ

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Oooo beautiful!! 1-2 years you say? better keep my eyes peeled! Sold my Connie x TB last year and majorly regretting it!
 
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