Wilkismoor

lis2185

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Anyone got a horse with this prefix? I've got an 8 month old foal with this prefix and interested in what others have turned out like if there are some!? I was doing some research and came across this old advert.

FOR SALE - To a Good Home Wilkismoor Black Beauty Welsh Sec C x Cob Type Colt 2yrs Old 'Chance' was saved from an uncertain future ...

So they do exist! Anyone know of this horse, the ad has gone so i presume it has been sold!
 
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Hello, i was just doing a bit of research on my colt, Wilkismoor Batman, and found this! So i have registered with horse and hound to reply! He is an 11 month old skewbald cob colt (very hairy and dopey!). Where did you get yours from?
 
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that is funny because i have a wilkismoor charming girl that is cob type cross welsh she was ment to have come of the moor thts what the owner said :confused:
 

magic104

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NED shows over 150 with this prefix mostly coloured only about 6 have any sort of breeding recorded. The prefix is reg to MRS D SKELLEY covering the following societies
SPORT HORSE BREEDING OF GREAT BRITAIN 13 Jun 07
ARAB HORSE SOCIETY - 15 Aug 08
DARTMOOR HILL PONY ASSOCIATION - 12 Mar 98
NATIONAL PONY SOCIETY 22 Oct 96
 
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Hi Louise, how is lovely Martha getting on? I’m Mika’s part owner - he’s doing very well, living our 2 boys, coming in during the day, very good to do , happy with the farrier for his trims, has travelled in trailer wondering what to start next with him ? Would love some advice
 
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