Horses In Progress
Take a look at some of our horses 'in progress' who we are preparing for rehoming.
Once these lovely horses and ponies are ready to find loving new homes of their own, we will post their details on our rehoming pages where you can apply for them online.
Our intention is for all of these horses to enter our rehoming scheme, but by nature life is unpredictable. We cannot therefore guarantee when, if, or for what purpose these horses and ponies will become available for rehoming - it will all depend on how their rehabilitation progresses.
If you have questions about any of the horses and ponies featured below, please do not contact us now but wait until they appear on our rehoming pages as we will be able to give you answers then.
Fairy Dust is a beautiful 13.2hh 6 year old mare currently at Glenda Spooner Farm. She arrived here in 2017 underweight and heavily in foal, and soon gave birth to a beautiful filly, Twinkle Toes, to whom she was a wonderful mother. Twinkle has since bean weaned and has found a loving home of her own, and it is now time for Fairy to begin her own rehabilitation. She is a quiet, sensitive pony who tries her best to please in every situation. She will require an extensive strengthening program before she can begin to learn to be backed, but we hope she will one day be available to rehome as a riding pony.
Jumbo is a 5 year old, 16.2hh, Thoroughbred cross, gelding. He has just been backed and we are currently assessing him as a future ridden horse at Hall Farm. He will require an experienced rider and will probably only be suitable for hacking, but he will make a lovely horse for the right person.
Henry is a 14.1hh, 6 year old, bay, native gelding. Henry is a sociable, intelligent horse who has been feral for most of his life, so he is quite a challenge. We are currently assessing his behaviour at Hall Farm and bringing him in to work in the hope that we may be able to back him to ride.
Melody is a 7 year old, 15.2hh, TB mare based at Hall Farm. She has been ridden in the past and we are currently assessing her suitability to rehome as a hack. She will require an experienced and confident rider.
Glenda Spooner Farm - Somerset
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