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14H | 2013 | NFPSNA | British RIding Pony
Luckington Legacy - Little Miss Attitude
Cadbury represents all that is right in the Riding Pony. Intelligence, athleticism, ride-ability, impeccable form and willingness over fences and overflowing talent. Last, but most certainly not least…he possesses an exceptional, quiet, calm and friendly temperament that make ponies and their partners the best of friends.
Black, Bold and Beautiful!! Cadbury has been genetically tested as a true black (heterozygous). He does not carry the bay or brown gene (agouti). This gorgeous stallion leaves everyone drooling over his stylish good looks and his charming personality.
Cadbury’s pedigree represents some of the finest British pony bloodlines. His sire, Luckington Legacy, is the only imported British New Forest stallion in the US at present. He is an extremely easy stallion to work with, both under saddle and in the breeding shed.
Legacy’s Sire, Katric Capers, standing at Wayland Stud in Hampshire, has been champion multiple times over in-hand and under saddle. He is a superb jumper with a “perfect temperament, he is a super ride and regular escorts rides at the Riding Stables” (Waylan Stud).
Katric sired multiple champions, notably Wayland Cranberry, who has accomplished 75 Championships and 25 Supreme Championships, both in-hand, under saddle and in working pony hunter. Cranberry qualified for Wembly in 2000 and Olimpia in 2001, qualifying again from 2003-2006, consecutively taking the Best of Breed award every time.
Legacy’s dam, Luckington Vintage, has produced multiple champion stallions in England including, Luckington Sportaide, Luckington Leo, Wayland Loganberry & Wayland Mulberry.
In 2016, the arrival of Cadbury’s first foal, a lovely, correct buckskin filly, marked the beginning of an excited future producing top quality hunter, dressage and sport ponies. Cadbury has continued to impress with exceptional foal crops every season since!
All of Cadbury’s foals, regardless of the Dam, are eligible for registry with the NFPSNA. Most offspring are eligible for inspection with the ISR as well as the RPSI.