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    Default Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    I was just wanting to know if anybody has had any experience with these dealers as I'm thinking about going to look at some horses with them.


    Many thanks.

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    Have only ever heard good things about both.

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    We got two of ours from Stubley. The horses she brings over are lovely stamps of horses. If a little green, they are totally described honestly and Patsy will match you up entirely and help even if she doesn't have the right ned for you at the moment
    Its always good to ring as well, as the website sometimes isn't updated all to regularly. Who are you thinking of going to see? I always nose at their website!

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    H was sold to his previous owner by Clip Clop Traders and they re-advertised him for her when she was selling (about 4 years later). They were very honest and helpful. I have only heard good things about them (don't know the other name, sorry)

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    Hiya, We have bought two horses form Stubley one back in 2007 and another in November of last year. The first one was a 14.2 conny that we owned for about 2 years and only sold her on as my daughter outgrew her. She was a lovely little mare and my daughter had great fun on her. The most recent is a 15.3 piebald gelding, and boy is he something special, he is turning out to be a very talented event horse and we are very excited about him. I would recommend Stubley all day long, the adverts are very true and honest and Patsy is very honest and helpful, she certainly knows her horses, and there is no pressure to buy when you try. If you decide to give them a visit remember me to Patsy, we are the Bristol people that bought Monet tell her have fantastic he's turning out to be

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    I bought my boy off Clip Clops about 2 months ago - so far so good! Emma seems to get good reviews on here and I know of a couple of other people who have bought from her and have been very happy.

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    I bought Hovis from Stubley Hollow and whilst at the time everyone thought I was nuts for the price I paid for him, he has been worth ever single penny. even my instructor who is a stickler for paying peanuts for horses admits he's worth what we paid and then some (and from him thats one heck of a compliment!!)

    Patsy is brutally honest, knows her horses and I have only good things to say about her.
    Her horses do tend to be a bit younger and a bit greener but they are lovely solid types and are exactly as she describes them.

    As someone else has said its worth talking to her before you go because some of her horses never make it as far as the website before they are bought. Hovis wasn't advertised at all. I'd buy from her again in a heart beat.

    If you do go then tell her Hovis says hi!!
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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...



    Hiya, this is a picture of Monet, I replied earlier......hope it works!

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    Father Ted is the best name ever!!

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    Default Re: Stubley Hollow Farm and Clip clop traders...

    A friend of mine went to view Monet and adored him; I was eyeing him up as nice event prospect myself but he was much more talented than she required and he was snapped up I look forward to following his progress though; beautiful horse!

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