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Dolly Rehomed


Dolly is a bright pony who is now ready to find an experienced home with someone who is looking for a busy hack which could include sponsored rides. She has been backed and is now happily hacking out in walk, trot and canter in company and alone. She is going to suit a lightweight adult rider or an experienced child who loves to have fun out hacking. Alternatively, it would be great to find a mother, daughter share for Dolly. She can be lightly schooled, to ensure correct fitness levels and way of going are maintained, although we are looking for the majority of her work to be hacking. She currently lives out 24/7 with mares on restricted grazing to control her weight and would suit a home with a small number of horses. She is shod all round and this must be continued in her new home. Please be aware that Dolly's rider weight limit will be 9 stone.


Good to handle on the ground and likes to have her own space in the field.


Originally Dolly came to Glenda Spooner Farm with a group of horses in 2012. As she was so young she took a while to settle in and was stabled with another mare to help build her confidence with people. She was in very poor condition with overgrown hooves. She was rehabilitated and went out on loan as a youngster for several years, returning in 2017. She came in to work and is now ready to be rehomed as a ridden pony.


Use Location Age Height
Hack Glenda Spooner Farm 8 13.2hh

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BreedWelsh Cross
Stabling/ShelterCan live out all year with Shelter
Bedding RequiredStraw or Shavings
To Catch in the FieldExcellent
Turn OutWIll mix with Mares
Hay/FeedFeed needed to give supplement
FeetShod all round
RugsNew Zealand rug during winter
Loan Fee(£)200

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