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He has been her lead and first pony. Smarty would make an incredible Pony Club pony due to his quick turns and speed. A lot of people who see him in action have commented that he's a real pocket rocket. Smarty loves a cuddle (and a treat) and a groom. Unfortunately he hasn't been ridden for quite a few months, so might be a pickle to start with, but with ground work he improves very quickly. He is a pony that needs to be ridden on a regular basis. You would never believe that he's 17, as he behaves like a pony 10 years younger. He has so much love to give to the right person. Suitable as a lead or second pony, or a first pony to someone experienced.
He is out 24/7, barefoot and is ridden bitless and treeless and we would need him to be kept barefoot as he's never been shod, and has amazing hooves.
His tack is available (3 saddles, undercross bridle, saddle pads/ears, head collar and lead rope) at a separate price.
He is available to meet (and ride if confident) in Ringwood.
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