HorsesYoung Stock and Foals£ 350 ONO1 yr
Sadly thinking of rehoming my colt.
I have had him since November and not been able to get near him since.
It seems to of turned out that when I got him he had had no human interaction apart from the day he was caught. He was delivered to me with another colt which my friend had brought. my friends colt gave a little fight trying to get him off the trailer but had been used to human contact so apart from being a little unsure about being led was very friendly. Now when it came to trying to get my colt off turned into a massive fight on the trailer. So 2 bad experiences in the same day was not what I wanted for him. So once he got in the field he would not come within 100metres of us for probably a good month, then gradually he learnt what feed time was and would come up with his friend and wait for us to walk away. Fast forward to today he will come real close to you now and will smell your fingers for a treat but won't take it and if you move any closer then flees. I do not have the experience to get him beyond this, I did manage to get him in the shelter and tried to sedate him but he was that worked up it didn't work and proceeded to throw himself at the walls to try and get out. I do not want him to grow into more of a ferral colt and as said after asking for advice and googling things have failed at gaining his trust. He will need a patient home with someone who has the knowledge and time to prove not all humans are a threat. That being said he will need to be caught which I can try and assist with. We are based in Wythall Birmingham.
He is not microchipped or passported due to the obvious reasons or vaccinated.
He also hasn't had his feet done for the want of trying, they are getting long but are not terrible as yet.
I am hoping by doing this he will enjoy a lifetime of human contact and being loved and that he gets everything he needs.
I was told he would make 14hh maybe more....Read full description