The British Spotted Pony Society evolved when the horse and pony elements of the British Spotted Horse & Pony Society went their separate ways in 1977. The British Spotted Pony Society holds the mother studbook for the British Spotted Pony breed and has full DEFRA recognition.
The Society's aim is to encourage the breeding of quality spotted ponies and to foster interest in and promote the breed.
There are 3 distinct types of ponies; miniatures - 42 inches and under (107cm), riding ponies and cobs upto 14.2hh. Spotted coat patterns are diverse. See Breed Characteristics for more information.
The British Spotted Pony Society have an annual show in July at the Three Counties Show Ground, Malvern. The show ground has stunning views and great facilities. Perfect for our prestigous yet very friendly show. There are a large number of classes, something for everyone! There are a number of other shows that hold classes for British Spotted Ponies, some of which we are affiliated to and highest placed members receive a Society Rossette. See Affiliated Shows for full list.
Whether you have one Spotted Pony, hundreds or even just like the look of them there is something for everyone with the BSpPS. Become a member and you will receive regular newsletters filled with information, interesting spot related articles and sales and stallion listings. You can also adverise for FREE on our website.
Ponies from the Halstock stud seen grazing amongst the Bluebells on Dartmoor.
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The British Spotted Pony Society is a private company no: 3507553, limited by guarantee, registered in England.
Charity No: 1069437. Registered Office: 92 Main Street,Halton Village, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 2AX
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Above left Spreyton Warrior - Supreme Gelding. Above right Supreme Youngstock lineup
Spotfest West Midlands 2019
Supreme Line Up
Hot Chocolate, Araki Spot The Difference & Chubarry Chintz.