Carrie Vinson Equestrian 

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Soli ~ 12 hh ~ registered Spotty Pony ~ 4 Yo

Whilst Soli is a registered Spotty she does lack spots, this does not detract from her beauty. This mare is very loving and is in need of a 'mum'. Soli would benefit from being owned by a family or having 1:1 care and attention. She is halter broken, and ready to back. No vices and an absolutely lovely lady.


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Lily ~13.2 hh ~ Skewbald Pony

This is an amazing Show Jumping pony who has competed at many local shows as well as Hartpury National Show Jumping Competition, Pony Club Nationals and David Broome’s Cricklands. On all occasions she was placed in the top 10 in either 2ft 3” or 2ft 6”. She can jump 2ft 9” easily.

Lily has also done very well in the Coloured showing classes at local shows, and is always placed in the top 6.

She is great to load, calm with the farrier, clipping, lives in or out, and is up to date with all vaccinations.

This is a very sad sale for my daughter but unfortunately she is just too tall and needs a bigger pony



Betty ~ 14.1 hh ~ Black Mare ~ 6 Yo

She would make an ideal first horse, she is good to hack, alone and in company, and is good in traffic. In Ireland she was used in a riding school. She goes in the school, and is proving to be a good jumper which she really enjoys! Good to shoe, box, clip and catch.

This loving horse is ready to find her forever home with someone to give her the love, fuss and attention that she deserves.


Ruby ~ 14.2 hh ~ Dunn Mare ~ 8 Yo

This Irish Cob is very easy; she has done lots of hacking and is very steady making her suitable for a novice rider, or older person wanting a quiet hack.  Very steady in the school and will pop a fence.  No vices and good in all respects, however she will get bullied in the field.  During her time in Ireland she has had an ear twitch put on, this has made her a little sensitive around her ears. This special girl needs a mum!

£2750 ono

Don't tell Da! a.k.a. 'Pink!' ~ 14.2 hh ~ Piebald Mare ~ 7 Yo

Very pretty, green in the school, but safe and sensible.  Good mover and a lovely hack




Sunshine ~ 15.3 HH ~ Piebald Mare ~ 8 Yo

Successfully shown in Ireland. Currently being produced, further details to follow.



Dingo ~ 15.2 hh ~ Blue and White Gelding ~ 5 Yo

Absolutely beautiful, good to hack, shoe, box, catch, no vices, schooling nicely.



Apache ~ 15.3 HH ~ Piebald Gelding ~ 5 Yo

Attractive horse with a lovely personality - nothing not to like!

Has been hacking in company and seen cars, and been over motorway bridges - not been fazed.


Moli ~ 15.1 HH ~ Skewbald Mare ~ 7 Yo

Happy Hacker. No vices, good in all respect. Would suit family horse or older person wanting a reliable hacker.


Socks ~ full up 15.2 hh ~ Chestnut Gelding ~ 6 Yo

Socks is a beautiful chestnut gelding. Moves beautifully, straight, no dishing. Very expressive & a real head turner. Would easily BD. Currently being schooled by a professional dressage ride...


Lady Cyrano a.k.a. 'Lady' ~ 16.2 hh ~ Papered Irish Sports Horse ~ Bay Mare ~ 9 Yo

By Cyrano out of Annawill.  A beautiful bright bay mare.  Completed 2 seasons hunting and unaffiliated competitions.  Ready to go on now, and affiliate in any sphere. Goes beautifully. This super little horse will not be about for long.  Also has a recent vetting certificate from Ireland. Would make super Riding club team horse, pony club teams, would affiliate in BD, BE, BSJA, this is a truly cracking all round horse, with the temperament to match. Good to shoe, box, clip, catch, no if buts or maybes, but she is not a happy hacker nor is she a plod!



Maybe I Will a.k.a. 'Jack' ~ Born 23rd June 2014 ~ To make 15.2 hh + (Mum 15 hh beautiful traditional, Dad 16.2 hh proven competition stallion)

Will leave us halter broken, passported, vaccinated and wormed!

£2,000 OVNO

Bob ~ Born 30th April 2014
This foal is a gorgeous boy, with a very friendly nature. Will leave us halter broken, passported, vaccinated and wormed!

Our published sales prices are subject to change at any time; this is based on the horses time with us and the work completed.  As you can understand the more work we put in, the more we need to ask