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He’s given us so many wonderful memories the past few years and this is a heartbreaking decision.
my daughter has been favouring our other pony for some time now and George has been taking more and more of a back seat. With two young babies and winter coming I don’t have the time or energy to run them both.
While he was a first pony for my daughter Id rather not sell him as this. I would like to see him go to an older / braver child. He loves to jump & i think he would BS with the right kid.
He has had laminitis once in his previous home this was when he was In show condition ???? We have never had any problems with it, but we have mananged him carefully and correctly. We haven’t had trouble keeping him lean though he is not a typical native.
He does need a firm hand on the ground when leading, if he sees grass he’s going for it. We have always used a control head collar to manage this. Saying that he’s usually good for my daughter
, it’s me he takes skiing ????.
Loads and travels like a dream.
Good to hack.
Good to shoe.
I’ve always clipped him fine without sedation but he can be a fidget.
Please no time wasters he means so much to us all as a family and we’re still very much in touch with previous home.
my daughter is autistic and will not cope with viewings so I either need to sell him from the stable / will organise a rider. So again please don’t waste our time I am extremely busy ????.
MILLIONS of vidoes, pictures in all scenarios.
Please call me if interested I would like to stay in touch and will be honest if I think he’s suitable. He deserves a new best friend.
Bargain for a pony of this quality.