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She hacks nicely in company or alone, will pop a small jump (although we haven’t jumped her much) schools nicely and has been regularly placed at Intro level, now ready to move to Prelim, she’s also done fun rides and is good to clip/box/shoe.
She is sweet and sometimes cheeky - occasionally kicks over water buckets, tries to take your baseball cap off etc. - but never nasty. She needs a little bit of leg in the school but isn’t a real kick along and out hacking she’s forward going but not silly. She has thrown the odd tiny buck in the past when she’s super excited but not for some time. Oh and she loves a paddle in the water!
Lilly is a full Blagdon Irish cob, we have her legs clipped and mane and tail pulled as it’s easier for us but you could hog her for show cob classes or grow her mane and feathers out if you wanted to do traditional cob classes.
She is super loving and will follow you around the field like a lost puppy. I’d really like to find her a forever home where she can have some fun and give her new best friend the best time!
Fully up to date with teeth/wormer/vaccinations