To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Farnley ponies, the Farnley Farm & Shenandoah Pony Stud production sale was held on July 23, at the historic Farnley Farm in White Post, Virginia. Sixty-seven ponies of all sizes were offered, with 65 of them going to new homes. The majority of ponies were Welsh and half-Welsh, but 3 Dartmoor ponies also sold that day.
The highest selling pony was Farnley Collonade, a a 2006 dark chestnut half-Welsh gelding, who sold for $7,800. A Large pony with a blaze and 4 socks, he had lovely movement and was a very good jumper. He had started showing this year and was starting to settle into it with good placings.
The 65 head netted a total of $144,575, with an average price of $2,224 and a sale percentage of 97%. The Top 5 sellers brought $24,950, for an average of $5,990.