Tully Roo (2012-2018)
ACPS Registration HBM 2457 L, Connemara pony mare, born 9/12/12, 14.0 h cremello, USEF Registration (5300086) - Life
(Tullymor's Moon Shadow [unregistered] x Tullymor's Blush [
Premium Broodmare])
Full sister to Tully Wind
Bred by May Medley (GA); owned Suzanne DeSaix (VA)

6/11/17 ACPS Region IV Show (at Chattahoochee Hills, Fairburn, GA)

above and below: Shown by Claire Cumbee Robinson at the 2017 ACPS Region IV Connemara show, Fairburn, GA; this was Roo's first-ever show and she was an angel!!
4th place Sport Ponies In-Hand;
1st place W-T Green Horses & Ponies in their 1st year of showing, and 2nd place W-T-C Green Horses and Ponies


SIRED BY: Tullymor's Moon Shadow (Tullymor's Mountain Shadow x Tullymor's Kelly O'Brannigan [Balius Brannigan x Pegasus])

OUT OF: Tullymor's Blush (Tullymor's Chip O'Perseus x Tullymor's Tully Rose)

Q: Which one is Tullymor's Blush (2016 R4 Champion and Premium Broodmare) and which one is Tully Roo, her 2012 daughter?
A: click here to find out!

Roo has great manners and is a very pleasant pony to own. Very nice athletic conformation. Lovely mover. Her dam, Blush, was the 2016 ACPS Region IV Show In-Hand Grand Champion.
Roo's basic undersaddle training has been progressing very well. She is a pleasant pony to train: smart, willing, attentive, responsive, sensible, capable and consistent.

September 2016:

Some training snapshots - summer 2016 - "Roo is currently a nice quiet ride at walk-trot in the covered arena & the round pen and is a very good traveler; no problem with going new places"

May 2015

Summer Photos - July 2014 (a rising 2 yr old)

She has been ponied all around the farm and over rails in the ring; she leads, loads, ties, good with farrier, etc. Along with ground manners, she has an excellent temperament: attentive, responsive, respectful, sensible, willing and calm. She has been handled extensively by a 13 yr old (as seen here in her 2014 video as a 2 yr old), so should not be a probelm for anyone with a lick of horse sense. Since then, we have given her plenty of time to physically mature in a huge hilly pasture with lots of room to gallop and develop great cardio and sound limbs. She regularly waters in a creek or/or pond, traverses up and down banks, crosses ditches and road grates, so is already comfortable with many natural XC opportunities.


January 2014