This is Spud.
He hasn’t had the easiest of starts in life and I took him on about 3 months ago.
He was completely wild and untouched.
His DOB is unknown however he is now around the 8/9month stage.
I have worked with him for 3 months and he’s a whole lot better but does need 1-1 work to bring out his full potential and trust.
He can be caugh, groomed, stroked ect.. and he has been turned out and also been in a stable.
He’s such a lovely young man and unfortunately I’m having to rehome him. This is due to me having a mare that’s currently in foal and she has taken spud on as her own, they are attached and it’s stressing her out whenever he goes away from her. Unfortunately over the winter I’m unsure how this will effect her unborn foal.
Spud does have an umbilical hernia however it doesn’t effect him In any way and is purely cosmetic.
He needs an experienced and patient home that will love him forever! He’s such a sweet boy just a complete blank canvas ready for somebody to to make him into the horse he can be!
His Dam was around 15.2hh and the Sire is unknown however I’m sure he will make a decent height at the rate he’s already growing....Read full description