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Currently tuned away @ a retirement yard but would prefer for him to have some human interaction.
This could be a sale or a long term loan agreement.
He is quite happy doing his own thing, can be left out all year round, can be in a mixed herd, no vices.
Good with farrier, to catch, load etc he can be cheeky & give a little nip if you give him half a chance.
He is a very pretty boy & would likely excel doing in hand showing!
He doesn’t like being ridden anymore & is quite naughty if attempted… in hand showing / companion home only.