The Eriskay Pony Society

Protecting and Promoting Scotland's Ancient Hebridean Ponies

Ponies For Sale, For Loan and Wanted

Sales listings are free for members but there may be a charge for non-members. If you want to advertise a pony for sale, loan or are looking for one, please email

Adverts will stay on for 8 weeks and after that must be resubmitted.

This list is compiled from information supplied by the vendors. The Society accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information below and listing in this sales list does not imply any form of endorsement by the EPS of the ponies offered for sale.  Advice regarding genetic matches is always available from the Breeding Advisor or Registrar.

Pony Wanted.

We live in Surrey and I have three children 9,6,3 who all ride/have weekly lessons and weekly pony club rallies. We could offer an active home for a pony to join an existing herd all barefoot and predominantly live out 24/7. Happy for a mare or gelding ideally 2yrs plus. Home is welcome for inspection and can be kept in contact with. .
If a mare was available we could offer a breeding home to try and increase numbers.

Contact in first instance.

For sale.  Two Eriskay Pony Colts.

Geldron Galtastack and Geldron Rivskerry


These ponies are on Shetland but can be visited at any time.  They will be ready to travel in October when they will be weaned.  They will be halter broken, able to be tied up, groomed, led and have their feet picked up. They have not had any injections, vet experiences or farrier.


Transport cost to Aberdeen would be about £120 but it is easy for the current owner to organise this and there is contact with a good haulier into England.  Price would include delivery to Aberdeen.


The ponies have been being worked with and the comments from the person doing this are:


'Both these colts have nice temperaments, willing to please and easy to work with.  They have shown no desire to kick or bite.  At this point they are correct in every way, good conformation, mouth, feet etc.  I see both of them as potential stallions, particularly Galtastack who has presence even at this young age'.


Owner would not be expecting a big price for them at this stage however if either or both of them sired a foal then owner would expect an extra payment of £500 each.


Contact in the first instance would be best via email;