Sumrin is a small stud in the Netherlands, located in the village of Reuver, between Roermond and Venlo in the southeast of the Netherlands. The name Sumrin comes from the old name of the county and village of Someren, where my mother grew up. Since 1968 Welsh Mountain ponies are being bred at Sumrin with the use of high quality individuals from the best bloodlines. In the first 50 years, we have bred 77 foals from 42 stallions and 18 mares.
At Sumrin we aim to breed ponies that follow the breed description of the Welsh section A. The main features we are looking for are substance, type, correctness and lots of elegance. We try to keep our goal high and aim to heighten the standard. Regularly, we produce our stock on shows, to be able to compare where we are, but also to have a fun experience among fellow breeders. At its peak, up to three foals are born at Sumrin.
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|Sumrin Tysilio, born 2007 (At stud for 2017)||Sumrin Saint Mary, born 2013|
|Horseland's Cracker, born 2015||Sumrin Topelius, born 2015|
|Sumrin Satu, born 2017|