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Cracker Rehomed

Introduction

Cracker is ready to be rehomed as a hack. She is a fun loving pony who loves to work and currently is learning a new skill. Although she is an established ridden pony, she has started to work towards potentially being a driving pony as well. This versatile lady could fit into a multi equestrian family as she would suit a competent light weight adult or experienced child rider as a ridden pony or a project for an experienced driving person. She is currently in light work including hacking alone and in company, has learnt to ride and lead and is long reining in harness, having also started pulling a tyre. Cracker loves to be busy and is more than ready to move on to a home where she can fulfil her potential in whatever discipline may come her way. She lives out 24/7 but could be stabled part time if needed. Please be aware that Cracker has an 8 stone rider weight limit.

Temperament

Excellent to handle in all respects. Needs a competent rider.

History

Cracker originally came in to the care of World Horse Welfare in 2008 as part of a prosecution case. After successful rehabilitation she was backed and rehomed. She was returned through no fault of her own and is now ready to be rehomed again.

 

Use Location Age Height
Pleasure Competition Glenda Spooner Farm 10 13.0hh
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Additional Details:

Use:Pleasure Competition
BreedCob
Age10
ColourSkewbald
SexMare
TypePony
Height13.0hh
Stabling/ShelterCan live out all year with Shelter
Bedding RequiredStraw or Shavings
To Catch in the FieldExcellent
Turn OutWill mix with Mares & Geldings
Hay/FeedHay during the Winter
FeetShod all Round
RugsNew Zealand during the Winter
AilmentsNone
VicesNone
Loan Fee(£)400

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