Penny Podmore

6th February 1948 ~ 11th January 2024

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Passed away on Thursday 11th January 2024 aged 75.

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The North Devon Crematorium,
Old Torrington Road,
EX31 3NW

Date: Wednesday 21st February 2024

Time: 11.00am

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3 comments on “Penny Podmore

  1. Maya Ringshall left a message

    It was a pleasure to meet you Penny, you were a lovely lady and I’m so sorry to hear of your passing. Your dear Brownscombe Rubintina, the one you described to me as ‘having a mind of her own’, is doing well and we will do our best to make you proud one day! With fondest memories. Much love, Maya xx :tealight:

  2. Kirsty Millard left a message

    Dear Penny,
    You probably didn’t even realise what an impact you made on my life. You were a huge supporter of me and Rhubarb. I thank you everyday for your gift of that horse in my life. She is a challenge but you knew we were the best team. Your support and guidance with rescuing Rafiki and helping me give her the best shot at a new life and career, I will never forget.
    The generosity you showed me, the kindness and support knowing my methods are slow and steady but long term you trusted the process, where others wanted fast results. I am now tasked with making it to GP with Rhu, to prove you were right to have that faith in us and we are not a million miles away. I was a huge believer in your stallion Royal Rubin, thank you for allowing me to use him on a pony mare which seemed to set a precedent then with other pony mare owners coming to use him, very successfully. I look forward to backing the now 3yo later this spring who is magnificent.
    I will miss our chats, the way you could put a positive spin on anything, your advice, your sheer love of your horses and still a passion for learning, especially about new bloodlines to suit your mares, we were always chatting about breeding. And of course, your dogs, even though I remember them eating your phone that time! You were a legend to me and I am so grateful to have had you in my life to teach, guide and support me. You will be truly missed. X

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