Raisin is ready to be rehomed as a project pony. He is a lovely boy with a very sweet and loveable temperament. Since his arrival in 2016 as an unhandled, entire pony, he has established his basic handling and groundwork skills and is much more trusting of people. Raisin has come on in leaps and bounds and now has the most laid back disposition, loving nothing more than a cuddle. When he is old enough, he has the potential to be backed and to continue his education as a ridden pony. Raisin is best suited to a quiet, competent person with a broad experience of youngsters to continue his handling. Due to his feral start in life, some things can still worry him and potential rehomers should be aware that he still needs introducing to a whole range of new scenarios that will eventually become commonplace for him. We think that he would suit a quiet set up with one or two other horses and with someone who has the time to spend building a bond with him. Raisin is very easy to have around the yard and will quite happily stand in a stable or field on his own whilst another horse is being ridden out.
He is very sweet, but can be unsure of new people and situations.
Raisin arrived at Glenda Spooner Farm in September 2016 with a group of ponies straight from Bodmin Moor. They were all entire and unhandled.
|Project Horse and Pony||Glenda Spooner Farm||3||13.1hh|
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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||Geldings only|
|Hay/Feed||Feed needed to give supplement|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||Has never worn a rug|
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