Stallions

Our aim has always been to breed traditional Highland Ponies and to continue to improve on the stock that we started with. The Moss-side Ponies are bred to have good overall conformation and be able to move with straight elevated action.  Also, very important, we aim to maintain the breed characteristics - because if we lose them, we lose the elements that make the Highland unique.
 
We assess our mares and then choose a stallion that will both compliment and improve any weak points. We are always willing to help in the choice of stallion for any visiting mares.
 
We currently have three stallions at stud.
Moss-side Iain Mor

 

Moss-side Iain Mor 79/99 (Rhuaridh of Mendick x Moss-side Breagh) Black. 14.2 hh

 

From champion parents he has had a very successful show career to date in hand and under saddle ncluding male champion R.H.S.2004 and Supreme Highland 2006. HOYS Finalist 2009 under saddle. Breed Show in hand Champion and reserve overall Ridden Champion 2010. Best of Breed at Olympia 2010.Excellent temperament, good bone with elevated straight action.Iain Mor is leaving good looking foals with bone, presence and his lovely paces.

 

Iain Mor has 72 registered foals.

 

Awarded Premium status by Highland Pony Society in 2012.

 

NEW FOR 2016. Fresh or chilled semen available for AI from Moss-side Iain Mor.

Moss-side Domhnach

 

Moss-side Domhnach 258/94 (Strathmore Concorde x Iona O’ Kinnoull) grey 13.31/2hh.

 

A very traditional highland stallion Domhnach has great bone, beautiful head and good straight

action. He has an excellent temperament and has won many championships in hand and under saddle. His foals usually are very much a ‘chip off the old block’ in a selection of colours.

 

Domhnach has 78 registered foals and 1 part-bred. He had 7 foals born in 2015.

 

Awarded two Premiums under the old scheme in 1999 and 2000.

Moss-side Uilleam Mor

 

Moss-side Uilleam Mor 298/11 (Moss-side Iain Mor x Moss-side Ban-bharan). Yellow dun with black points. 14 hh.

 

From champion parents he has only been lightly

shown. He was Supreme M & M at the NPS Spring show 2015.Good straight action, plenty bone and easy to use.

 

Uilleam Mor has had his first progeny born in 2015, with 1 filly foal, a mouse dun. Three foals are due in 2016 

 

We actively encourage responsible breeding. Visiting mares receive an exceptional standard of care, with their welfare and health given top priority. 

 

All stallions cover their mares in hand, although Moss-side Iain Mor is also available for AI, and we have a first class scanning service available if required.

 

For more information on stud fees and conditions please get in touch.

 

Stud information

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