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The Kerry Bog Pony is a very old Mountain and Moorland breed of pony originating in Ireland, and traditionally used for hauling peat from the bogs, as well as for general work on small holdings. The breed has a reputation for gentle temperament and versatility.

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Inspections in Northern Ireland

Inspections in Northern Ireland

We are planning on holding inspections in Northern Ireland before the end of the year subject to sufficient numbers. The date and venue will be announced soon.

If you have ponies for inspection, please contact Mary McGrath on 087 9680303.

Kerry Bog Pony wins Native Breed Championship at Cork Show

Kerry Bog Pony wins Native Breed Championship at Cork Show

On Sunday, 21st June, a Kerry Bog Pony won the Cotter Cup at the Cork Summer show.  This Cup was presented by Kitty Cotter and the late Billy Cotter for the best of the three Native Breeds – The Irish Draught, the Connemara and the Kerry Bog Pony. Read More

Honorary Life Membership for Dr John Flynn of Weatherbys

Honorary Life Membership for Dr John Flynn of Weatherbys

Mary McGrath and John Mulvihill made a presentation on behalf of The Kerry Bog Pony Society to Dr John Flynn, Weatherbys, at the Punchestown Race Day Tuesday 28th April.

Department of Agriculture Knowledge Transfer Initiative Notice

Department of Agriculture Knowledge Transfer Initiative Notice

The Society has been asked to bring the following information to the attaention of its members:

Knowledge Transfer – Information Note

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Punchestown Parade 2015

The Inaugural National Kerry Bog Pony Mare Championship

Important Dates for your Diary & Inspection Information

Membership Renewal Form 2015