Anton Coaker and Alison Geen, Sherberton Farm

The Coakers have farmed and bred ponies at Sherberton for over 160 years.   We keep pedigree Dartmoors and both pedigree Dartmoor breeders and other Dartmoor farmers have used the Sherberton bloodlines.   They are not mollycoddled and run with our pedigree Belted and Riggit Galloways and hill sheep on rough ground rising from 1000 ft above sea level. Please ask for more details as we have other ponies for sale than those listed

Sherberton Ponies

3 fillies born 2014, handled at the Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust centre at Parke earlier in the summer 2015, turned away to grow on and now offered for sale. All out of Sherberton pedigree mares but not by pedigree stallion. They all follow food and can be moved by this method with no problem. All have had basic halter training and the photos show them all haltered after not being touched for a while.

Sherberton Jet

Jet, a confident black filly who has a very pretty head. She really wants to be your friend!

Sherberton Jelly Bean

Jelly Bean (Julia on her passport), a dark bay/brown filly with a white star who is very pretty and her coat always has a beautiful sheen. She is a quieter sort of pony who will benefit from one to one contact.

Sherberton Jenny

Jenny, a well put together bay filly who has grown on well through the summer. She was the runt when we weaned them last year but certainly not now!

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