Harley – Welsh pony
More information about this animal

Introducing Harley, a male Welsh Section C pony. Born in 2008, he stands in at 11 hands and is very intelligent as he loves to learn new skills and improve his tricks.

He is a beautiful chestnut colour with a flaxen mane and tail. Harley also possesses the characteristics of a Welsh pony as he has a good temperament, is very friendly and is high spirited.

Pet Acting/Modelling Ability

Due to his very good temperament, he can be ridden by young children both on and off his lead or reins. This means that he is patient, calm and would be comfortable around children of all ages.

Harley shares his home and lives with a range of various animals including dogs, goats, sheep, pigs, reindeer, ducks and hens. He also lives among a string (which is the collective noun for ponies) of 19 ponies. This means that he will be happy to work with a variety of different animals whilst on set.

True to his breed, Harley has a high level of intelligence meaning he has a varied skill set. He has mastered and can perform incredibly well a range of different skills and commands. Harley is eager to please and enjoys showing off his multiple tricks and commands and will give an excellent performance.


Lie down
Unroll a rug
Can say yes and no
Can count
Happy to stand on a podium
Rear Spanish walk
Can be ridden by children (both on and off lead)

Horse Acting/Modelling Experience

Harley has had a lot of experience being in outdoor pony shows, pony displays and pony performances. He has also worked inside onstage and in halls in front of large crowds.

This means that he would be comfortable working in an incredibly busy environment with lots of new people, other ponies and lots of loud sounds. Also, he is used to travelling to each show, therefore, would be happy to work in different locations.