Amira is a beautiful filly that is ready to find a youngster handling home. She was born at Belwade Farm so is extremely brave and bold for her age. Amira will need an experienced home to continue with her handling and to set firm boundaries as she likes to push her luck on occasions. She is generally very well mannered but does have a sassy streak, especially if she doesn’t get her own way! Amira loves people and attention and is a firm favourite on the yard. She will need assessed by a vet when she reaches four years old to decide if she can begin groundwork. She is quite fine for a Friesian and we estimate that she will reach 15HH once mature. Amira is more than happy to live in a mixed herd but as she is so young will not be suitable to left on her own. She is a little bit of a princess and needs to be rugged over the winter and enjoys her field shelter. Amira is currently living out full time but does live in a field with haylage to maintain her weight. She would suit a home where she will be in a routine and handled regularly to keep on top of her manners. Amira is such a nosey filly and is extremely clever. If you think you could offer this mischievous youngster a new home where she will receive plenty of attention, please apply online.
Amira is a friendly, bold filly with tons of character. She is very strong willed at times so needs an experienced handler.
Amira was born at Belwade farm in June 2019. Her Dam came into World Horse Welfare care as a welfare case at the beginning of 2019.
|Youngster||Belwade Farm||7 Mths||15.0hh|
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|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|Bedding Required||Straw or shavings|
|To Catch in the Field||Excellent|
|Turn Out||Cannot be left alone|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the winter|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||New Zealand rug during winter|
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