H&H investigates: low sales prices for our native breeds

  • Foals selling for less money than a copy of H&H.

    Moorland breeders struggling to break even. Meat-men mopping up the unsold.

    Concerns and stories about Britain’s native ponies abound.

    With prices for some youngsters at rock-bottom, the H&H news team decided to take a look at the plight of our traditional mountain and moorland-bred ponies.

    Don’t miss tomorrow’s H&H for deputy news editor Charlotte White’s investigation into how bad the market has become for Dartmoor, Shetland, Welsh and New Forest ponies – and what’s being done to help their breeders ride out the recession.

    Don’t forget your copy of H&H, out 8 December.

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