Jess is now ready to be rehomed as a project pony with the potential to be backed in her new home when she is ready. Since arriving with us, Jess has really come out of her shell and revealed herself to be a fun and friendly pony who will do anything for a bit of food! Though still learning, Jess is good to catch and lead and is good with the vet and farrier. She is still very inexperienced and is looking for an experienced and competent rehomer who is willing to show her all that life has to offer. In hand work and horse agility may prove to be useful activities within Jess' continued education. She currently lives out 24/7 and has been introduced to a large stable area for short periods of time. Please be aware that Jess will have a maximum rider weight limit of 9 stone once backed.
She is good to handle, but requires a quiet and experienced home.
Jess arrived at Glenda Spooner Farm in December 2015 with several other horses as part of a large welfare concern. Most were wild and several were underweight and had overgrown hooves. A number of the mares were in foal, including Jess who foaled a healthy filly foal in May 2016. Once her foal was weaned, Jess continued with her rehabilitation and is now ready to be rehomed as a project pony.
|Project Horse and Pony||Glenda Spooner Farm||4||13.2hh|
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|Use:||Project Horse and Pony|
|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|Bedding Required||Straw or shavings|
|To Catch in the Field||Good|
|Turn Out||WIll mix with mares|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the winter|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||Has never worn a rug|
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