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Ein neues Buch von Martin Haller
dem auch ein längeres Kapitel den Dartmoor Ponies gewidmet ist.
" Die Britischen Ponyrassen"

Ein "Muß"  für jeden Dartmoorliebhaber.  
 "The Dartmoor Pony" das Standardwerk über unsere
 Lieblingsponies mit viel Information und Bildern aus den letzten
 Hundert Jahren.

 "Dartmoor Breed Champions"  from the 1940's. Ein Buch der
 Champions mit fast 200 Fotos. Hier finden sie ein bebildertes
 Pedigree auch ihres Ponies.

Die beiden engl. Bücher können sie bei uns bestellen
 
 Es sind noch einige alte Exemplare von Diaries erhältlich.

Infos zum New Take Scheme

June 2003 - More Ponies on Moorland Scheme
More ponies than ever before are taking part in the Dartmoor Pony Society's Moorland Scheme this year.
More than 50 mares are being turned out to run, from May until September, in the already-established enclosed Newtakes at Dunnabridge, Round Hill, and Huccaby, and a new one has been added at Dunnabridge.
The scheme, which is supported by The Duchy of Cornwall and the National Park Authority, allows inspected moor-bred Dartmoor-type mares to be turned out in the Newtakes with pure-bred fully registered Dartmoor stallions.
This year the stallions are Shilstone Rocks Starfighter, Watts Zoar Torr, and Peps Caleb.
The inspected mares are entered into the Supplementary Register of the Stud Book as SR1, and their female progeny, on inspection, as SR2.
The progeny of SR2 ponies, on inspection, are eligible for entry into the main stud book. The principal aims of the scheme are to ensure the survival of the traditional moorland Dartmoor pony on the commons, and to widen the gene pool of the breed overall.
The scheme is already a proven success and ponies are winning in the show ring. Shilstone Rocks Stud proprietor Elizabeth Newbolt-Young's yearling filly, Shilstone Headland Warren, won her class at this year's Devon County, and at least three others have won at County level.
The quality of the ponies coming through from the scheme may be judged by some of the prices obtained for them. A mare was sold for about £700, and two yearlings went for £550.