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.
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.
The Society has been asked to bring the following information to the attaention of its members:
Knowledge Transfer – Information Note
Sparkles (Castlemaine Lass) with Millie fortune age 10.
Yasmin fortune is acting as Chef d’Equipe.
The Kerry Bog Pony Co Operative Society presents The Inaugural National Kerry Bog Pony Mare Championship
Six regional qualifying classes with a National Final
Prize Fund: €1,500
Prize money at all qualifiers, Breeders prizes at National Final
Rules and Conditions: