The new BSPS LeMieux mountain and moorland supreme champion has been crowned for 17 — along with 12 native ponies deemed the best example of their breed. Check them out in the gallery below...
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The most recent Cadlanvalley pony to hit the headlines is Cadlanvalley Sandpiper, who took the overall supreme accolade at the Olympia International Horse Show, under Katy Marriott Payne
The overall reserve champion was also the top Welsh section C. This was Lynuck The Showman, ridden by Rebecca Penny for Lynn Scott.
Banks Timber claimed the Connemara title with Sandra Burton.
Best of the section Ds was Bethan Simons’ Ballynacoy Prince.
The Julie Pennell-owned Nipna Flora took the Dales prize with Tayla Lewis in the saddle.
Gemma Pallett piloted Chetwynd Jasper to lift the section A title for the Countess of Shrewsbury.
Maureen Richardson’s Dunkery Wigeon stood best of two Exmoors.
Jonathon Stevens with Wildhoeve Okidoki triumphed over three other Fell ponies.
Best of the Highlands was Aileen Curle’s Harris Of Mendick, partnered by Brian Williams.
Chloe Chubb rode Shilstone Rocks North Westerly to land the Dartmoor prize for his owner Lynda Calcutt.
Hollybrooke Duke — owned and ridden by Maddison Bishop-Peck — landed the New Forest title.
Margaret Sumner’s Briar Snowman carried Grace Litherland to stand top Shetland.