What do Ponies Cost?


Under $2,000 

  • Yearling or young animal of average quality. 
  • Animal with no or little training. 
  • Animal with issues or not suited for lower level riders.
  • Older animals with medical issues that require maintenance or special care.

$2,000 - $4,500

  • Same as above but of better quality or issues that are minor.
  • Animals that are started in their training and show potential to be a suitable mount (Green broke).
  • Animal suited for trail riding, lower level shows and family use. 
  • Does not have show experience or lacks the training or quality for recognized competitions.

$4,500 - $8,000 

  • Yearling or young animal of superior quality and bloodlines.
  • Average to above average show pony that competes with varying degrees of success.
  • Green broke animal showing potential to be a quality show pony. 


$8,000 - $15,000+ 

  • Quality animal that is competing with above average success
  • Superior prospect, green broke but shows potential to be exceptionally nice.
  • Finished, proven animal that fulfills most of the riders needs


  • Quality animal that is successful at most competitions.
  • Suited as a show pony for USEF/USHJA Hunter Classes(these ponies can go over $100,000.)
  • Finished, proven animal that fulfills all of the rider’s needs.

IMPORTATANT These prices are based on our personal experiences.
Prices could vary greatly depending on where you live and the available of ponies 

Welsh Ponies & Cobs

 JPH raises and trains Welsh ponies and cobs and attends WPCSA competitions at the Regional and National levels. When a young rider is considering getting a horse we encourage our students to purchase or lease registered welsh or half-welsh ponies and cobs for a number of reasons. 

  • They are a great breed!! They are well mannered, easy to train and come in many sizes from 11 hands for the smallest of riders to 15.2+ hand cobs for any size adult.
  • They are less expensive in comparison to many other breeds used for recognized English riding competitions.
  • There are many competitions in our region. We attend 9 WPCSA competitions each year and most are within a 3 hour drive.
  • Shows are reasonably priced compared to USEF Hunter/Jumper events. 
  • They are versatile. We compete at the WPCSA shows in english, western, jumping, trail, driving & in hand events. Welsh shows have classes for children and adults of all skill levels.