Wayland Cranberry
Offspring are eligible for registration with the New Forest Pony Breeding
and Cattle Society (GB).

In addition, foals from eligible mares will be eligible for registration with
Rheinland-Pfalz-Sarr.

If there is enough interest, we will pay the fees to have him activated with
ISR/Oldenburg NA so that offspring from eligible mares can be registered
with them.
NEWS!! On 20th March 2010, Wellhouse Willum
was crowned Supreme Champion at the Swedish
Stallion Show over 19 other competitors. His new
owner, Mr Jan Matsson was very proud, Willum
having arrived in Sweden just prior to Christmas
2009.
Willum scored a perfect 10 for type with the judges
going on to say that he was a true New Forest pony.

Willum is by Wayland Cranberry out of Frolic II and
was bred by Mr John Chalke.
Wayland Red Pepper

We have recently received news
from France that Wayland Red
Pepper, a
half brother to
Wayland Cranberry (sharing
the same sire, Katric Capers)

is once again Showjumping at
International level. Mrs Crystele
Bazetoux still owns Pepper having
bought him from Mrs J. Stainer
and taken him to France some
years ago. As a 6 yr old he was
ridden by a professional and was
2nd in the French championships.
He continued his show jumping
career with average results until
October 2008. The son of a
family friend was asked to try
Pepper to see what he thought of
him and the pair have been
together ever since. They
qualified  for the French
Championship Grand Prix
Excellence (the biggest french
pony event - 130 cm height) and
finished 10th in July, 2009. At the
moment, Francois (15) and
Pepper are working hard to
qualify for the European Pony
Championship under FEI rules, to
be held in the UK at Bishop
Burton College in July 2010.
Pepper remains entire and
usually stands at the French
National Stud.
Link to more information on the Wayland Stud:
http://www.australiansportspony.org/Wayland_Stud.pdf
Cranberry's video is on YouTube, follow the link from the main
emcostallionservices YouTube page. Please keep in mind that this video
was developed to appeal to European breeders and that although he
does not look like a "typical" North American hunter pony, he does throw
fantastic movement, a great temperament, and a nice jump.