WELSH SECTION A PONY
Ponies should be shown in as natural a state as possible.
||Very thick, long
manes may be discretely thinned, one long thin plait is usually
put at the top of the mane behind the ear, the reason being to
show off the line of the throat.
||The long hairs
under the jaw and those protruding from the ear may be trimmed
off - leaving as natural a line as possible, the whiskers around
the muzzle may be shortened.
||The tail should
look natural and should not be banged (leveled off
be shown in a white webbing or rope show halter, leather head
collar or show bridle.
|Mares & Geldings:
years old or over may be shown in a white webbing or rope show
halter, leather head collar, show bridle or riding bridle.
|Colts & Stallions
years old or over, should be suitably bitted. The use of stallion
Show Tack is optional.
||No riding whips
or canes shall exceed 75cms (30 inches).
fitting and comfortable. The use of a plain coloured numnah is
snaffle or double bridle or pelham. Cavesson noseband, plain
brow band, not brass as with in-hand bridles.
extra tack to be worn in flat classes. Martingales and brushing
boots are permissible in WHP classes. Style of boots optional.
riding whips or canes shall exceed 75cms (30 inches).