WELSH SECTION A PONY
exceeding 12 hands high (121.9 cms).
colour, except piebald and skewbald.
clean-cut, well set on and tapering to the muzzle.
small and pointed, well up on the head, proportionately close.
|Jaws & Throat:
and finely cut, with ample room at the angle of the jaw.
well carried and moderately lean in the case of mares, but inclined
to be cresty in the case of mature stallions.
and sloping well back. Withers moderately fine, but not "knifey".
The humerus upright so that the foreleg is not set in under the
square and true, and not tied in at the elbows. Long, strong
forearm, well developed knee, short flat bone below knee, pasterns
of proportionate slope and length, feet well-shaped and round,
|Back & Loin:
strong and well coupled.
and fine. Not cobby, ragged or goose-rumped. Tail well set on
and carried gaily.
to be large, flat and clean with points prominent, to turn neither
inward nor outward. The hind leg not to be too bent. The hock
not to be set behind a line from the point of the quarter to
the fetlock joint. Pasterns of proportionate slope and length.
Feet well shaped, hoofs dense.
free and straight from the shoulder, well away in front. Hocks
well flexed with straight and powerful leverage and well under
spirited and pony-like.