CorleyOak Stud
For Sale

We do have one or two ponies for sale (to great homes).  If looking for a pony, please contact us with your precise requirements and we'll see if we have a pony that will fit the bill.

Kelsey of Brindiste
- see miniatures page.  SOLD


Kelsey is a show-quality, liver chestnut miniature mare.  She has had three pregnancies with us as we feel that's enough for her.  We would love her to have a family home where she could have lots of regular attention.  She is good to handle, foot trim, lead, load, groom etc and does not have a bad bone in her body.  However, she was virtually feral when we first got her and is still very hesitant with people she doesn't know.  She would NOT therefore make a child's pony.  What she would be excellent for is as a companion for another pony or horse as she will graze happily on her own and does not stress if left alone for a while.  She is in robust good health - never had laminitis or sweetitch or indeed anything at all.    She deserves a loving home where she can get more attention than she does in a herd situation.

Kelsey has never been shown, but in our opinion she would make a fantastic show pony as she is extremely pretty and moves really freely.  It would be lovely for her to embark on a different career, although of course she could have another foal if someone wanted to breed from her. 

All our home-bred  ponies are very friendly and safe around children - no biting, kicking or anti-social behaviour!!  They are all vaccinated and wormed to date and will load into a trailer, travel well, are good to handle and with farrier and will come into the house and watch tv if you let them!!   

If you are looking for a pony, please contact us on  Let us know what your requirements are and we may be able to help you to find your perfect pony!!

Please note.... we value our ponies and know them inside out, so can tell you exactly what their characters are like to make sure you have the right pony for you!

They will not be sold to live on their own.  They must have at least one other equine companion and they need to go to a knowledgeable home.


Updated 01.10.20