Minmon is an adorable welsh gelding that is ready to find an experienced person to take him on loan as a project pony. He has come on brilliantly since being at Belwade farm and is happily long reining around the farm tracks. Minmon has been ridden in the past and has a lot of potential as a child’s second pony. We are looking for someone to bring him on out on loan. He will have a saddle and rider weight limit of 40kg. Minmon is very friendly and easy to handle. He can be a typical welsh pony and be a little spooky on occasions, but this is improving with work. Minmon is never silly he is just forward going and would be best suited to a competent child to have lots of fun with as he loves his work. Minmon needs a home where he will get to see lots of new things and can continue with his education. He is living out full time with a group of geldings but would happily mix with mares. Minmon never causes any trouble in the field and is such a good boy. He does gain weight easily so needs a home where his grazing could be restricted. Due to this he would be best suited to living with other good doers. If you think you could offer Minmon a new home where he can fulfil his potential as a ridden pony please apply online.
Minmon is an adorable little Welsh pony but can be spooky on occasions.
Minmon originally came into Penny Farm as part of a welfare case in December 2018. He was transferred to Belwade Farm in November 2019 to free up space at Penny Farm.
|Project Horse and Pony||Belwade Farm||11||12.1hh|
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|Use:||Project Horse and Pony|
|Breed||Welsh Section A|
|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|To Catch in the Field||Good|
|Turn Out||Will mix with mares & geldings|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the winter|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||Doesn't need a rug|
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