Annie is an independent little character who gets along well with others in her herd and will make an excellent non-ridden companion. She is not overly fond of human fuss and she can be feisty at times - especially when she is in-season. Therefore, Annie needs a competent handler to set and maintain the boundaries. She does have to watch her waistline because she will easily put on weight and so will be best suited to life with other small ponies who are also on restricted grazing. Annie has never had laminitis, but will require restricted grazing in summer months. She will need her feet monitored regularly by a farrier in order to maintain adequate conformation. Due to her size and conformation, Annie is not suitable to be ridden.
She can be a little cheeky, as orphan foals often are, but she is a really sweet companion to others and she will integrate well in a home with other small ponies on restricted grazing.
Annie originally came in to Hall Farm in Febuary 2007 following serious concerns for her welfare. She had lost her mother at 4 days old and her owners were not experienced enough to give her the care that she needed. Annie had very deformed hind pasterns.
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|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with Shelter|
|Bedding Required||Straw or Shavings|
|To Catch in the Field||Good|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the Winter|
|Rugs||Doesn't need a rug|
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