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Blondie – Normandy Cob Driving Schoolmistress

Met blondy 15.3hh 10year old normandy cob who is simply stunning.!! She is a very established driving mare who would be superb for use as a show horse, family outings or agriculture work. She is well used as has a fantastic temperament. Loves attention and is naturally very quiet. A traditional model of the Normandy Cob and he has all the characteristics to go with it. Safe for all the family to Drive and play with. Has never been broken to saddle although for no other reason then she has been used for driving since broken to the harness.

Normandy Cobs

We are pleased to announce that we are working with the Jouvin family in Normandy France. The Jouvin family are very well known and respected in Normandy for producing top class Normandy cobs for riding and driving. If you are looking for a homebred, which has been slowly and carefully produced that is naturally quiet then a Normandy Cob is for you. Also available are Selle Francais x Normandy Cobs for a little more of a sporty version. With all horses available from Bombproof happy hackers to driving/carriage horses. These horses are not broken until they reach 5yr olds as it gives them time to mature both mentally and physically before the breaking process begins. They are all naturally stunning and exceptionally level headed.

About Normandy Cobs

They have very good temperaments and are docile and gentle, while also being lively and energetic when required. They have a plain but sensible head, a short, muscular neck set on good shoulders, and a wide, deep chest. Typically they have a short back and are compact through the body, the croup is rounded, and the legs extremely sturdy and strong. The Normandy Cob is always chestnut or bay and stand between 15.2 and 16.3hh.

About Selle Francais x Normandy Cob

Also a popular choice here is the Selle Francais cross. They tend to be very flashy to look at, but sane and solid, plus far and away less ‘complicated’ than the average Selle F. They make good hacking horses and local level competition, whilst being lovely too look at. Most of these are pre-booked for homes although occasionally one does come up for sale.

For more information or to request details of horses currently available please pop us an email on – click to contact – and we will forward your details to Sally who is based in Normandy with the cobs.

Delivery to the UK can be easily arranged for you.

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12year old