Dales Pony Conservancy North America

The Dales Pony: The Great All Rounder

We are a group of North American Dales Pony enthusiasts, owners and breeders  who are dedicated to the thoughtful preservation and promotion of this remarkable and critically endangered native  breed. 

We are (thus far) just enthusiasts who met through ponies, groups and events, but are eager to create a more solid organization which fosters Dales pony education, events, fun, connections, information and the very serious need to support a single Dales Pony Breed Registry (DPS UK). 


About the Breed

About Dales Ponies

Learn more about the history, breed standard and how the Dales Pony is the Great All Rounder.

Breed Registration


Critical to breed preservation is keeping track of ponies, pedigree, progeny and current owners with a single international  mother registry. 

Forms and FAQs DPS UK  

FIS and Breed Testing


Foal Immunodeficiency Syndrome (FIS):

The importance of testing breeding stock, and laboratory information.

DPS registered Stallions at Stud

Dales Pony Stallions at Stud

DPS UK licensed Dales Pony stallions currently standing at stud in North America.

Dales Ponies for Sale


Find your next pony here!

Listings of Dales Ponies across North America

Farm Listings


Actively breeding farms in North America. Get to know the farms, breeding mares, and stallions.

Membership DPCNA

DPCNA Membership

We are fledgling in the truest sense of the word, but growing a membership is key to being a viable organization. Please support our work with your $25 annual membership and we will include you as an active part of building DPCNA. ($35 if you would like us to post your information/ad). 

Dales Pony Events and Gatherings

Dales Pony, Child's Pony, Jumping

Our group covers an enormous span of regions from coast to coast USA and Canada. Find Dales Ponies getting together locally in your area. 

News: North American Dales Ponies

Dales Pony, Obstacle Training

Who's  gone on an adventure?

What have North American Dales ponies been up to?

Where are the Dales ponies near you?