Suffolks for Sale - Individuals

The Suffolk Horse Society has been notified that the following pure-bred and cross-bred Suffolks are for sale. Please contact the owner direct for more information on any of these horses.

Colony Zippo

Colony Zippo 9120

17.1HH - Gelding.

A super little horse that needs to further his education.

Zippo works in chains and shafts with no problems at all.

He is perfectly good enough for the show ring and has already been on a couple of outings to do demonstrations for the public.

Great to do in all ways and will make someone a super "little" horse.

Sire: Besthorpe Achilles 8961

Dam: Colony Topsy 28566

Date of Birth: 24/06/2013

Owner: The Suffolk Punch Trust

For more information please contact Tracey Pettit

Contact number: 07776 210238

Email: suffolkpunchtrusttracey@hotmail.co.uk

Posted: 22/01/19

Easton Bill 9100

Easton Bill 9100

16.3HH - Gelding.

A lovely gelding who will excel in harness, under saddle and in the show ring.

He has worked in chains, shafts, under saddle and has done some work on the pole.

Good to catch, tie, groom and he will lift his feet on command. We do have a little issue with being shod in front (trimming fine) but we give him a few mls of oral sedation and off you go.

Other than this small negative 😁 he is an overall good gelding who is ready to further his career with someone new.

Sire: Kentwell Bugle 8937

Dam: Easton Mary 28572

Date of Birth: 30/04/2012

Owner: The Suffolk Punch Trust

For more information please contact Tracey Pettit

Contact number: 07776 210238

Email: suffolkpunchtrusttracey@hotmail.co.uk

Posted: 22/01/19

Colony Viridor 9043

Colony Viridor - 9043

18HH - Gelding.


This boy comes with a very kind nature who is looking for a companion home or a semi-retirement home. He has worked in chains, shafts, pole and under saddle and has been as good as gold.

Sadly, Viridor was born with a peculiar action on his O/H, it has not ever got in the way but it's not a good look for the show ring. This boy can still do a job but  only light work is recommended.

Good to do in all respects and a pleasure to work with.

Sire: Fenland Eric 8735

Dam: Colony Nutmeg 28458

Date of Birth: 08/06/2009

Owner: The Suffolk Punch Trust

For more information please contact Tracey Pettit

Contact number: 07776 210238

Email: suffolkpunchtrusttracey@hotmail.co.uk

Posted: 22/01/19

Knightsfield Achilles Warrior - "Wyatt"

SOLD

Wyatt is looking for his next loving home. He was bred by ourselves and is now ready to be loved by someone else. He has plenty of bone and substance. Hopes to make 16-17hh. 

Lightly handled and can be touched all over. 

Lives within a mixed herd of broodmares and geldings and happily plays with his half-sister of the same age.

Wyatt can be a little timid but soon gains confidence. 

Registered with the Suffolk Horse Society International Register.

Presently still entire, but will be gelded in February if not sold before hand.

First and second flu and tet vaccines already done, just last booster in June. 

Can recommend a fantastic very local transporter with small box. 

£1750 

Sire: Besthorpe Achilles 8961

Dam: Donhead Hall Dakota (Garrettsland Golden Eagle)

Date of Birth: 12/06/18

Owner: Jennifer Diment, Carmarthen, West Wales

Contact number: 01267 275263

Email: jennifer_diment@hotmail.co.uk

Posted: 03/01/19

Cookworthy Joskin - PB70

 A lovely bay mare Suffolk X TB to make 15.3/16.1. Halter broken, quiet to handle - will make a lovely horse. Full older sister can be seen. Ready to start a career.

Please don't hesitate to contact me for more information. (Picture on its way!)

 

Sire: Easton Golden Richard 8909

Dam: Inactualfact

Date of Birth: 04/09/15

Owner: Ms Lavinia Wakeham, Higher Cookworthy, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0ED

Contact number: 07519953225

Email: cookworthy@btinternet.com  

Posted: 22/10/18

Cookworthy Zetor - PB69

Zetor is a Suffolk cross, 15.3 bay mare, rising 5. Broken in this March, ridden on during spring and taken to Shropshire on a 4-day riding holiday. Took the travelling and staying away from home all in her stride. Given a couple of months off during summer, Zetor didn't bat an eyelid when we got back on her 8 week's ago, hacking out beautifully, proving sane and sensible, ridden by me and my 14 year old son.

Excellent to travel, shoe, clip and being in the stable.

Please don't hesitate to contact me for more information. 

 

Sire: Easton Golden Richard 8909

Dam: 

Date of Birth: 14/04/14

Owner: Ms Lavinia Wakeham, Higher Cookworthy, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0ED

Contact number: 07519953225

Email: cookworthy@btinternet.com  

Posted: 22/10/18

Letting you know the latest…

Keep Up To Date Here!


STALLION LISTING FOR 2019

Now available to download from our website - Click on Horse Business - Stallions at Stud - Licensed Stallion Listing 2019

If you would prefer a hard copy of this booklet, please call the office on 01394 380643, and we will happily post one to you!

 

EQUINE FLU

 Please read below for some advice based on that given by the BHA and TBA to owners and breeders about Equine flu:

Equine flu is a mainly airborne viral infection that can also be transmitted by direct contact from an infected animal (unwashed hands, dirty clothing, bridles & halters etc). The incubation period until an animal becomes ill is about three to ten days after exposure to the virus.

  1. Symptoms include fever, whitish nasal discharge and dry coughs. 

  2. Restricting movement and isolating animals that are introduced onto a farm or stables from the resident population are the best way to prevent the spread of disease.  Monitor rectal temperatures of newly arrived animals twice a day for ten days.  Keep resident and transient horses apart.

    Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated animals, especially foals and immune compromised animals are most at risk to becoming severely ill.  Whilst vaccination does not give full protection boostering immunity  by revaccinating horses that were last inoculated more than 6 months previously and pregnant brood mares within 3 months of the anticipated foaling date is recommended. 

    This is likely to reduce the severity of the clinical disease and offer protection to newborn foals through the mare’s colostrum.  Newborn foals must receive colostrum within the first twelve hours of life to benefit from the maternal protection against infections.

    Good biosecurity by limiting unessential horse movement, herd/group surveillance and monitoring rectal temperatures twice daily are the best ways to prevent the spread of and identify Equine ‘Flu.

    When in doubt call your vet for advice!


COMPETITION TIME!


 
AFFILIATED SHOWS 2019

Look at "What's Happening" for an up-to-date list of Affiliated Shows for 2019!

 


STALLIONS AT STUD
Check out our newly updated A-Z of Stallions at Stud for 2019

Now user-friendly for IPads and mobile phones!

Select the "Family Tree" for a 5 generation Pedigree report, and select the SHS Logo for a Photograph of each Stallion*

*Please note that the Photographs appear automatically if using website on a PC/Laptop.

 


  
The keen-eyed of you will have noticed that our homepage looks different!

We have had a small refresh done to update the look of the website. This has been done free of charge, and we thank Free-rein for their kind services on this. All features and accesses operate as previously, but we have added icons for direct access to our Instagram and Facebook pages. 

 


WHERE TO SEE A SUFFOLK

You may have already seen our postcard, advertising places that you can visit in order to see a Suffolk. We have now also listed these places under 'Links To Other Sites', and will update this listing as we are notified of more places where Suffolks can be seen.  

 


FRANCES SULLIVAN

EQUESTRIAN ARTIST

 You can view her art at

 Frances Sullivan


Our Stallion A-Z Listing now includes a 5 generation pedigree for each listed stallion. Click on the tree symbol shown on the individual stallion's detail

 


Horserace Betting Levy Board Publishes Codes of Practice for 2018

The Codes are an essential guide for the prevention and control of equine diseases threatening equine breeding.
The SHS recommends that all Suffolk owners/breeders familiarise themselves with the new code - see our website main panel, in order to read the HBLB's full press release and provided links.

Like the idea of buying some horsey clothing AND helping the Society?

Click on the image to find out more!

 


 

 

 

 

  Click on the image to report a case of 

GRASS SICKNESS   


Attention all Suffolk horse owners.

Is your Equine Passport up to date? It is a UK LEGAL requirement to tell us IMMEDIATELY if

  • your horse has died and you have not returned the passport
  • if you have bought a horse and not arranged for the passport to be endorsed into your name

Trading standards can fine owners in possession of incorrect passports.  Click here to see the Legal Responsibility of Owners.

Get in touch

Tel: 01394-380643
Email:  sec@suffolkhorsesociety.org.uk

Latest news

Keep Up To Date Here!


STALLION LISTING FOR 2019

Now available to download from our website - Click on Horse Business - Stallions at Stud - Licensed Stallion Listing 2019

If you would prefer a hard copy of this booklet, please call the office on 01394 380643, and we will happily post one to you!

 

EQUINE FLU

 Please read below for some advice based on that given by the BHA and TBA to owners and breeders about Equine flu:

Equine flu is a mainly airborne viral infection that can also be transmitted by direct contact from an infected animal (unwashed hands, dirty clothing, bridles & halters etc). The incubation period until an animal becomes ill is about three to ten days after exposure to the virus.

  1. Symptoms include fever, whitish nasal discharge and dry coughs. 

  2. Restricting movement and isolating animals that are introduced onto a farm or stables from the resident population are the best way to prevent the spread of disease.  Monitor rectal temperatures of newly arrived animals twice a day for ten days.  Keep resident and transient horses apart.

    Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated animals, especially foals and immune compromised animals are most at risk to becoming severely ill.  Whilst vaccination does not give full protection boostering immunity  by revaccinating horses that were last inoculated more than 6 months previously and pregnant brood mares within 3 months of the anticipated foaling date is recommended. 

    This is likely to reduce the severity of the clinical disease and offer protection to newborn foals through the mare’s colostrum.  Newborn foals must receive colostrum within the first twelve hours of life to benefit from the maternal protection against infections.

    Good biosecurity by limiting unessential horse movement, herd/group surveillance and monitoring rectal temperatures twice daily are the best ways to prevent the spread of and identify Equine ‘Flu.

    When in doubt call your vet for advice!


COMPETITION TIME!


 
AFFILIATED SHOWS 2019

Look at "What's Happening" for an up-to-date list of Affiliated Shows for 2019!

 


STALLIONS AT STUD
Check out our newly updated A-Z of Stallions at Stud for 2019

Now user-friendly for IPads and mobile phones!

Select the "Family Tree" for a 5 generation Pedigree report, and select the SHS Logo for a Photograph of each Stallion*

*Please note that the Photographs appear automatically if using website on a PC/Laptop.

 


  
The keen-eyed of you will have noticed that our homepage looks different!

We have had a small refresh done to update the look of the website. This has been done free of charge, and we thank Free-rein for their kind services on this. All features and accesses operate as previously, but we have added icons for direct access to our Instagram and Facebook pages. 

 


WHERE TO SEE A SUFFOLK

You may have already seen our postcard, advertising places that you can visit in order to see a Suffolk. We have now also listed these places under 'Links To Other Sites', and will update this listing as we are notified of more places where Suffolks can be seen.  

 


FRANCES SULLIVAN

EQUESTRIAN ARTIST

 You can view her art at

 Frances Sullivan


Our Stallion A-Z Listing now includes a 5 generation pedigree for each listed stallion. Click on the tree symbol shown on the individual stallion's detail

 


Horserace Betting Levy Board Publishes Codes of Practice for 2018

The Codes are an essential guide for the prevention and control of equine diseases threatening equine breeding.
The SHS recommends that all Suffolk owners/breeders familiarise themselves with the new code - see our website main panel, in order to read the HBLB's full press release and provided links.

Like the idea of buying some horsey clothing AND helping the Society?

Click on the image to find out more!

 


 

 

 

 

  Click on the image to report a case of 

GRASS SICKNESS   


Attention all Suffolk horse owners.

Is your Equine Passport up to date? It is a UK LEGAL requirement to tell us IMMEDIATELY if

  • your horse has died and you have not returned the passport
  • if you have bought a horse and not arranged for the passport to be endorsed into your name

Trading standards can fine owners in possession of incorrect passports.  Click here to see the Legal Responsibility of Owners.