HorsesAll Rounders£ 1,000Valenciana
PLEASE READ SHE IS NOT ONE TO BE MISSED !
This may possibly be the most regrettable decision I make but due to buying this lovely girl unseen she just isn’t close to the height she was advised as !
I bought her to break in as a future pony for my son to have when he’s ready .
I bought her as 11 hands . She is 10.1 at a push .
I myself am very small but I will unfortunately be much to talk and far to much weight on her back .
Valley is literally the most polite , gentle and genuine little pony I have ever met . She would be absolutely perfection for a child . Valley will stand for hours being brushed . She won’t even touch her haynet or take a step whilst being groomed . She never pulls , or wonders off . She picks up all of her little hooves effortlessly .
I believe she would make an absolutely fantastic lead rein, first ridden, showing pony the list goes on . With the most lovey and non phased nature going .
I have had valley for a few months with full intentions to keep but I’m not small enough to keep her ok work myself or to keep her ticking over !
I have done lots of groundwork with her and exposed her to so many things in preparation for being the perfect child’s pony .
I have desensitised her to flapping coats, rugs , hoola hoops , jumps , poles , cars , lorries , dogs , sheep , pigs I’ve jumped around her like an idiot and she just stands still like a saint .
I have taken valley to a couple of inhand shows and she’s places every time in the top 3 coming 1st once .
I have taught her to stand at a mountain block and I have leant over her and she is not bothered . I have had my cousin back her and she has been ridden away as a Lead rein pony since , not put a step out of place !!! I’ve walked her out on in hand hacks alone and she’s perfect . Other horses can run off whilst leading her up the field and she stays with you and stays calm . I have lunged her in the school And trotted her around in hand over coloured poles and small cross poles , she is going to be incredibly easy to break in and she’s going to blossom into something very high quality.
She has two “bad “ things about her and those being if she’s left tied up alone she will pour at the floor if left with no hay , she also prefers to eat her hard feed in peace ! She just gets a little protective over her food but she’s improving! Other than these little quirks she’s quiet , sweet and puppy dog like .
She is not your typical chestnut mare or typical cheeky welshy , she is like an elderly lady in a young body .
She is beautiful marked with 4 even white socks and a lovely amount of white on her face .
I’m in no rush to see her off as I am desperate to find her the most perfect home . I would keep her if she was 11 hands as I wouldn’t feel like a monster on her but not only would I look silly on her I just think there’s that little bit to much weight to me for her to be comfortable being broken in . I’m really upset that her height wasn’t as stated as she ticks every box plus more in what you would want for a child’s pony . She’s just lovely . Hasn’t kicked or tried to bite or anything of the typical cheeky pony she’s just brilliantly mannered . And i really am quite heart broken .
Valley is passported and chipped , up to date with worming and farrier to .
She was also de-liced recently with the the other pony’s at the yard as a standard .
Valley is based in oxford and as I have said before she will only be going to a 10* home with the position of first refusal as I love her .
Valley is priced very reasonably considering current horse prices at the moment . She would also be worth more than double the price I’m asking once in work as ponies like her are a rare find .
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