Jurylid gebruiksrubrieken: Ellie Owens

Jurylid exterieur: Hannah Owens

Ellie Owens:
"I have been brought up showing our family stud of Cascob Welsh cobs. I have also been lucky enough to be allowed to run under the prefix when I started breeding my own section C’s. On my 15th birthday I was kindly given my first Section C mare by mr John welsh of the Newgap stud. This mare being Felinmor Swynol, who is the foundation of my section C’s. In my first year showing she won me 2nd in the open mare class at the royal Welsh show and on the same day my first foal I bred from her won the filly foal class. I have ridden Welsh ponies and their part Breds all my life, doing everything from eventing, showjumping and mounted games. On the back of this I now am breaking my home bred ponies. The first of these being Cascob Polly flinders who was top price ridden section C at the 2017 autumn cob sales. I feel lucky to have been brought up at Cascob stud which was established by my grandmother. Cascob has always been a relatively small stud with no more than 10 breeding mares. I have always loved showing and producing the Welsh cobs and ponies but I equally enjoy studying The breeding and following the success of what has been sold on.  I am very much looking forward to my trip to Holland and feel very honoured to have been asked."

Hannah Owens:
"I was brought up with the Cascob Welsh ponies and cobs and rode section A’s and C’s as a child competing at dressage, eventing and showjumping. I’ve shown the Cascob Welsh cobs in hand and I was given Cascob Penblwydd  Hapus for my Birthday. I’ve shown her successfully as a youngster and to date she has produced me 5 foals, one being Cascob Welsh Doll who was champion at the 2017 Welsh Winter Fair as a foal and another being Cascob Delwyn, the reserve Prince of Wales Cup winner at this years Royal Welsh Show as a 2 year old. I feel very honoured to of been invited to Holland and judge at your show. I’m very much looking forward to it."