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Filly foal leads Fell Pony trade at annual sale

The annual Fell Pony sale held on behalf of the breed society at Junction 36, Crooklands, topped at 1,600gns for a black filly foal from R.J. and B.K. Potter of the Greenholme stud, Tebay.


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Lathomdale Stardust takes the overall show championship and is later sold for 1,200gns.
Lathomdale Stardust takes the overall show championship and is later sold for 1,200gns.
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Greenholme Kate, a Greenholme Warrior sired June 2016-born found a new home with P. Steeples, Derbyshire.

 

The pre-sale champion Lathomdale Stardust from M.J. Woods, Skelmersdale, sold for 1,200gns to the Ringstone Stud, Devon. This Heltondale bred colt stood above the reserve champion, Brackenbank Gabriella from D. Wilkinson, Appleby, a 9-year-old by Lownthwaite Gary which left the ring unsold.

 

The production sale from W.S. Potter, also of the Greenholme stud, Tebay, saw the filly foal Greenholme Keepsake lead at 1,150gns. The buyer was R. Olderson, Kirkby Stephen.

 

C. Morlands Lunesdale Black Pepper was another top in the colt bids, reaching 1,100gns. The grandson of Lunesdale Lady Rebecca, it found a new home with J. Minns, Kent.

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Reserve champion in the pre-sale show is Brackenbank Gabriella.

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