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She is 14.2, piebald and we think she's just reaching 14 years of age. She has a lovely nature and absolutely loves being groomed and pampered. She hacks out alone or in company also brilliant at being schooled once she's in the swing of it again... I have no school so only being riding in my field.. she thrives of learning new things. She's a darling for the farrier and vet. She would suit a happy hacker. The only thing I need to stress is she must not do any jumping at any height due to being told by a vet a she has slight arthritis so must only do flat work. She hasn't had any episodes of arthritis since having her for the last 8 years.
It will break my heart to see my sweet mare go to a new home but I don't have the time that she so desperately deserves, she is in her prime and I hate seeing her go to waste stood in a field when she has so much to offer.
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