Riding, Driving, Jumping
Updated 18th January 2018
Falabella Chico with former British Champion Jockey Willie Carson OBE at Ascot.
Willie is wearing the famous Shadwell silks of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid al Maktoum.
Willie's feet were only off the ground for a few seconds at a time so that photos could be taken to promote Ascot's latest 'Festival of British Racing'.
Only very small children can realistically ride Falabellas - a rough guideline is that a healthy Falabella of between 3 and 15 years old can carry 10% of it's own bodyweight, and that must include the weight of saddle, child and child's clothing.
Photo: Magi Haroun
Photo courtesy: Hayley Hammond
Falabella Marina/ Falabella Al Graten/ Bronco/ Arabella
Photo: Courtesy Mrs. B. Sutcliffe
Photo: courtesy El Charco Falabella Stud, Netherlands.
Photo: courtesy of Mrs Shirley Marler
Photo: courtesy Mrs Sian Herron.
Photo: courtesy Barthy Lennings.
Falabella Morenita at Kilverstone Hall
Photo: Precision Ltd.
Falabella Menelec jumping at Kilverstone Hall
Isadora of Kilverstone jumping at Kilverstone
This horse is a great grandson of Falabella Al Graten (see 'archive' and 'legend' pages)
This horse is a great grandson of Falabella Al Graten (below) see 'archive' and 'legend' pages.
Photo: courtesy Barbara Mills
This horse is a great, great, great grandson of Falabella Al
Graten (below) see 'archive' and 'legend' pages.
Atlas of Fort, showing a natural aptitude for jumping, jumps out of his field whilst playing with friends in the snow.
Photo: courtesy Mrs Pauline Young.
Falabella Marina/ Falabella Al Graten/
Falabella Julio Cesar