Kasey Perry Dressage | Camina’s MacCoy
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PRESENCE, POWER, PERSONALITY

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YOB2000
BreedWELSH COB “D”
Height14.3 HH
RegistriesWelsh Pony and Cob Society of America
Welsh Pony and Cob Society of Denmark
Stud/Booking Fee$950
Semen AvailabilityFROZEN
As soon as Danish import Camina’s MacCoy arrived in the U.S., he had a fan club. “It’s because he’s so darn cute,” says Diane Perry, owner of the charismatic “D” Welsh Cob whose expressive movement and athleticism he has proven him to be an exceptional modern sport pony.

MacCoy easily draws attention for both his charming looks, his correct conformation and his animated movement, characterized by his arched neck, impulsive hocks and strong, far-reaching shoulders. Along with his immensely thick mane and tail, MacCoy is true to his Welsh Cob heritage known for their hardiness, iron hard limbs, strength and endurance.

His presence and power combine with his innate suitability for dressage. Expressive, big flying changes and a talent for piaffe and passage has given him success today in the show arena at Prix St. Georges with a promising Grand Prix future.

He is such fun. He loves you to take his nose and kiss it.

On the other hand, his kind, intelligent and willing nature mixed with his bold and confident personality make him a pony gentle and well behaved enough for the young person who began his training in Denmark.

MacCoy was the first stallion in the Danish Welsh Cob Society history to earn a 10 for temperament at the Danish National Grading Show. Owner Diane has learned what a ham he is for the camera. “He is such fun. He loves you to take his nose and kiss it.”

His sire, Kildegaards Columbus, has himself been champion many times: Young stock champion, and male champion twice at the National Grading show, and supreme champion at Bjarsjolagaard.

The quality of MacCoy’s bloodlines and his talent under saddle forecasts producing ponies and horses in the sport horse disciplines of dressage, driving, hunter and pleasure when crossed with well-bred mares from many breeds looking to improve upon movement, substance, expression and charm.