We are thankful for our clients and the great new homes our Cobs have received. It is so special to get news and pictures of them to find out how and what they are doing. it truly makes the efforts of breeding these wonderful equine creatures extra worth while!
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Pleasantstone is most happy to represent our  SALES  Welsh Cobs. We are proud to offer these carefully bred and chosen bloodlines to  good homes. Over the years we have been blessed with good friends whom have visited and or purchased stock from us. We are here to serve you and see that you get the right Welsh Cob for your needs and that our Cob gets into the right home for a win-win situation.
We have endeavored to breed our beautiful and athletic Welsh Cobs and sport ponies. It shows in our Cobs and part breds. They must have pleasing dispositions and a willingness and intelligence to get the job done with ease, showing off the charismatic presence that a quality Welsh Cob brings forth. 
We are thankful for our clients and  the great new homes our Cobs have given. it is so special to get news and pictures of them and find out how and what they are doing. it truly makes the efforts of breeding these wonderful  equine creatures extra worth while ! We do give special consideration to good show homes where our stock can shine for us and their new owners.

Pleasantstone Mele
2014 Section D Welsh Cob filly

Section D Welsh Cob filly (Pleasantstone Black Henry x Mynydd Hir Boneddiges) Mele has a royal pedigree. She is pictured here 4 1/2 months old. This is an amazing filly with a great lifetime ahead of her. She is a beautiful filly and full of cob type. She will be a wonderful performance partner or future broodmare for the cob enthusiast.

Pleasantstone Black Henry, left and Mynydd Hir Bonedigges, right

Pleasantstone Gabriella
2014 Section D Welsh Cob filly

Pleasantstone Gariella is for sale. She is by North Forks Cardi x Pleasantstone Bronte (pictured below). This filly is an investment for many lifetimes. Gabby is sired by the popular Section D Welsh Cob North Fork's Brenin Cardi. Cardi is a very successful competitor in FEI dressage. He is an FEI and CDI Champion at I1 and is now successfully competing at Grand Prix. He has won championships at every level of dressage and won Born in the USA Ch. Stallion, East Coast Series Ch. Stallion and RPSI Ch. Stallion at Dressage at Devon. This versatile stallion debuted in eventing this year and won his first event in the open novice division and ended up with the best overall score at the NWEC May Classic. He is approved Weser Ems, RSPI, ASPR and WPCSA.

North Forks Cardi, left, and Pleasantstone Bronte, right

SOLD - Pleasantstone Ammearl
(North Forks Black Earl X North Forks Lady Aemma)
Section D Welsh Cob mare Foaled 7/17/07

We are thrilled with Ammearl's overall attitude and train-ability. Now under saddle with walk trot and canter Ammearl is a child's show Cob supreme or an equally impressive amateur adult mount and driving pony. She has the unshakable and steady constitution to do the combined driving sport with strength and grace and be used as a favored and most treasured mount She is very calm working and in her training; moving forward, backing, side passing, doing leg yields. She does everything asked willingly. Ammearl is black with small white socks. With a kind eye and a very sweet attitude and overall character Ammearl will steal your heart. She has good bone, strong hooves and overall conformation being well built and cobby. Her gaits are smooth and free. She is well suited to driving, dressage, western pleasure,  steady and trustworthy trail mount, you name it. I would not limit this talented mare. She is suitable for a child or adult rider. She has had lots of ground work including ground driving and she is lunged. She free jumps over poles and jumps at liberty with ease.

Ammearl is registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society, WPCSA, a purebred Welsh Cob section D mare with great bloodlines. She was the champion of the sport pony keuring and was registered with American Sport Pony Association, receiving the top first premium score as a weanling. She was noted for her smooth and elastic movement, good confirmation and Cob type. Now 14.1 hands and  grown she has all the proven traits of a quality Welsh Cob. She has the breeding and natural ability to do well as an all around pleasure or show pony and broodmare.  We really do look forward to seeing her do many promising achievements in her lifetime. Ammearl is the ultimate character with a TRUE  and willing pocket pony personality. am sure she will make somebody (s) dream come true!

SOLD - Thank you and congratulations to her new owner!

Pedigree for her and full brother, Pleasantstone Black Henry now owned by Carol Holcombe of North Fork Farms; shown on the NEWS page

SOLD - Pleasantstone Beracah
Section D Welsh Cob mare
WPCSA # D48551 Foaled: 05/17/2006

Beracah is an eye-catching talented mare with tons of suspension and natural balance. She is sensitive towards leg and rein aids and is very happily forward thinking. She demonstrates a natural propensity for self carriage and self balance. She is beginning lateral work with ease. She is incredibly rideable and trainable and is quiet to work with even with many distractions and in bad weather. Sensible with and around other horses (even when they are anxious), dogs, and running, laughing children. Loads, bathes, clips perfectly. Would make a terrific youth or amateur horse.
Her sire, North Forks Black Earl (half brother to North Forks Cardi), is also showing tremendous talent and character while in dressage training.
Now working on leg-yields, shoulder-in, starting haunches in, turn on the fore hand, and a really amazing collected canter. Working on the trot lengthening too) Beracah continues to move forward at a fast pace. She has an amazing mind and a curious nature which makes training her fun and easy. She thinks ahead. She likes to try things. A perfect mind for dressage. Beracah has no limits to how far she can go.
SOLD - Congratulations to Janie Stone on her purchase of Pleasantstone Beracah. Janie has plans to enjoy and show Beracah in dressage.

This video of Beracah is after only three weeks of riding:



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