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Will can be a bit green to some extent as before a year ago, his old owner had him as a field ornament for many years living with another stallion and I feel that he’s been given a too firm hand in the stable in his past.
He is an absolute sweetheart and a head turner so would excel showing, especially in breed classes as very very rare as a section C who is grey, and is currently half way through his driving education even though previous owner said he’d been driven but not since young. I’ve had him a year and absolutely my heart horse but want to full or part loan him so he can become the best he can be. Age of loaner not an issue, more it’s about him being 13’1” and therefore if he goes to an outing for any sport type, rider needs to not look too big!
If it’s a full loan, he’s welcome to be moved yard, if part loan, I’m happy for him to move to a yard that is halfway between us or at least suitable distance so that we can both get to him. With a full loan, you would be responsible financially for him fully and with a part loan, a small contribution would be appreciated but it would be more important he was being encouraged to live his best life than anything else.
He is barefoot, hardly needs trimming, straw bedding, hay and pony nuts if his work load has him slimming down. He really has a minimum running cost, especially if he’s allowed turnout.
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