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She has equine recurrent uveitis and has lost most of her vision in the right eye. This does not affect her day to day, she can still work in the arena and do pole work, as well as hack outside. Due to her loss of vision she tries to look to the right and so is weaker and stiff on one side. The condition is managed by wearing a mask outside and riding with UV protection goggles. Priced for this reason, she is only suitable as a leisure horse and would not pass a vetting.
She wears shoes on the front hooves, barefoot on the back. Up to date with teeth (April 2023), wormer (Aug 2023) and vaccinations (April 2023). Currently unclipped, loads well, good for farrier.
Bridle, masks, fleece included, further rugs available and saddle negotiable.