The Welsh Cob (Section D) is the largest size within the Welsh Pony and Cob breed registries. They must be taller than 13.2 hands (54 inches, 137 cm), with no upper height limit. They are used as riding horses for both adults and children, and are also used for driving. They are known for their hardiness and gentle nature.
The Welsh Cob Standard. The Welsh Cobs were birthed and evolved from the Section A Welsh Mountain Pony. In the 18th and 19th centuries, outcrosses to Norfolk Roadsters, Hackneys, Arabians, some English Shires, and possibly others resulted in the modern Cob.
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The Welsh Cob originated in Wales, United Kingdom, and is the largest of all the four equine types within the ‘Welsh Pony and Cob’ breed registries, and is categorized as Type-D.Today, this breed is generally used as a show horse. However, they are also used as riding horses for both adults and children, as well as for driving.
The breed of horse known today as the Section D Welsh cob exemplifies the classic build of the historic cob. It is said that good show cob should have "the head of a lady and the backside of a cook." Popular uses of the cob include driving, showing and recreational riding.
The Welsh pony and cob—also known as the Welsh Mountain Pony—are the products of a storied history, having faced down challenges from both humans and Mother Nature, resulting in a group of tough, adaptable horses whose flashy style and elegant looks make them very popular choices for the show ring.
From the youngest sibling on a leadline pony to Dad on a Welsh Cob, the Welsh breed offers something for everyone. Welsh Ponies and Cobs are extremely versatile and compete at all levels of equine sports. Our family-friendly competition program promotes good sportsmanship, but best of all, it brings lasting friendships.
2012 Liver Chestnut Welsh Cob Stallion $7,000 UK imported Welsh Pony of Cob Type Fancy with lots of chrome … Horse ID: 2136678 • Photo Added/Renewed: 26-Aug-2019 6PM
Founded in 1901, the Welsh Pony & Cob Society is the largest of Britain’s Native Breed Societies. The Society’s membership is worldwide, reflecting the popularity and versatility of Welsh Ponies and Cobs. Please note that calls to the Society’s Office may be recorded. Visitors to the office are welcome between 9am and 5pm, Monday through […]
Quillane Welsh Cobs is pleased to announce that Section D Welsh Cob Stallion Gallod Auryn (Nebo Calonog x Gallod Rhosyn Aur) will be on lease to Ryeland Welsh Cobs -Enniskillen, Ontario beginning in May of 2014. Auryn will be offered at public stud to a few outside approved mares (live cover only) as space permits.