In early 1936, my husband was planning a second
trip to England to look at Cleveland Bay horses to start raising
them and I decided to go along and look at various ponies
with a view to raising them. We each had connections in England,
so we had somewhere to start, and we saw a lot of equines.
We made our choices, I starting off with Dartmoors, actually
in my case from Sussex, three mares and a stallion, and then
three Welsh mares, one from each of three leading old studs:
Bowdler, Criban, and Coed Coch! They followed us over the
ocean, on later boats.
Mrs. J. H. Dunning