HorsesAll RoundersColoureds£ 4,850
Bunny is 15.2 and 9 years old
He is a very loving sweet person who loves getting kisses and affection, I will be so sad to see him go, but I have two other horses and I just don’t have the time or funding for three.
He is very brave and doesn’t seem to be scared of anything he’s faced with me. He travels really well and loads straight onto a trailer, I’ve never put him in a lorry but the previous owners used to take him as a companion for their competition horse so he has been in one. He can be quite forward and lives nothing more than galloping and jumping (unfortunately I don’t). Whilst with me he has completed a Hunter trials with a friend and had no refusals and ended up placing, and he absolutely loved it. He has been out to arena hires and we did a day of pony camp as well Bunny does not enjoy schooling and can plant and refuse to go. My instructor can make him go but I just can’t and he knows I can’t so takes advantage.
He hacks alone or in company, although he is more keen with company, My instructor describes it as him being “piggy” Once he’s been told off he trots off like nothing happened. He has been past everything in the lanes including large tractors, lorries with tractors on the back and motorbikes and hasn’t been phased by any of it.
He has been hunted by my instructor, he seemed to really enjoy this and stood very well at the meet and was excellent with the hounds.
Jumping is his passion and he has been cross country schooling with a few friends and loved all of it. He’s never refused a fence and when he is fitter can clear large jumps with ease.
There is nothing nasty in him, he can just be a bit cheeky and opinionated.
No one has told him he’s a cob and I really think a jumping home would suit him, possibly even to compete. He has a lot of energy and genuinely enjoys being out and doing stuff, he just needs a confident rider to do it.
Having said that he can be calm when he’s in regular work and I have used him as a “lead reign pony” for a young boy who had never ridden before and he was a saint.
He has been ridden both with and without a bit, and also with and without a saddle.
He has also driven in the past although I’ve never seen this, so couldn’t say if he’s any good or not, but he does long line well.
He’s good to do on the ground, he’s good for the trimmer, loves the dentist and good for the vet
He will live in or out and prefers not to be rugged. He doesn’t need extra feed and is fine with just grass and hay.
He’s a genuinely lovely horse and will be the perfect horse for someone confident.
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