Bryan is a handsome piebald cob that is ready to find a new home as a hacking pony. He came to Belwade farm as part of a welfare case and was backed here at the farm. Bryan was originally rehomed as a pleasure competition pony and was then returned to us due to a change in circumstances. Unfortunately, it was found that Bryan was suffering from hock issues and was diagnosed with bone spavin which we have since medicated. He is now comfortable and is happily hacking out around the countryside. Bryan is extremely safe and sensible and will make someone a lovely hacking pony. He will need a rehomer that is experienced enough to monitor his movement and be aware that he may need his hocks re-medicated in the future to ensure that he remains comfortable. Due to his hock issues he will need to be shod all round. Bryan will have a combined saddle and rider weight limit of 70kg. He is an adorable cob and is full of fun with a mischievous character. There is never a dull moment with Bryan around and he is a pleasure to spend time with and ride. He is such an affectionate pony and adores attention. If you think you could offer Bryan the perfect hacking home, please apply online. You will need to be willing to travel to Belwade Farm in Aberdeenshire to meet him.
He is easy to do in all ways, but cannot be grazed with sheep or be left with loose dogs.
Bryan arrived at Belwade Farm when he was two years old as part of a welfare case. He was rehomed for handling as a youngster and was returned to the farm to be backed in August 2016.
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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||Will mix with mares & geldings|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the winter|
|Feet||Good to shoe|
|Rugs||Rug in winter|
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