FELL PONY BREEDERS IN NORTH AMERICA
Below is a listing of Central Prefix Registry breeders in North America (presented in order of first foaling year).
Data presented here is obtained from and copyright the Fell Pony Society studbook, and FPSNA membership records; and is current through end of 2020. A ‘breeder’ is defined as any prefixed owner with at least one foal registered over the last three foaling seasons.
The registered name of each pony most often includes a registered “prefix” — after a farm, stud or herd name — where the foal was born. Thus, it may be easy to tell where a pony originated because of the prefix that its name may bear. Each prefix is registered through FPS with the Central Prefix Register in the UK, and the prefix may only be used by the person or person to whom it is registered.