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Alicia Rehomed
Alicia Image 3 On arrival


Alicia was totally unhandled and nervous when she arrived. She is now good to groom, to have her feet done and behaves well for the vet. It will take time for Alicia to settle in to a new home as she can still be nervous at times especially when touching her around her mouth. She would suit an experienced handler who would give her plenty of one-to-one time. Once Alicia has developed her confidence with a new handler, she may have potential to ride/drive. When the time is right to be backed and trained, she would be able to carry around 60kg including a saddle.


She will need to be given time so that you can gain her trust as she can still be nervous.


When Alicia arrived at Belwade farm as part of a welfare case, she was totally unhandled.


Use Location Age Height
Companion with Potential Belwade Farm 5 13.3hh

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Additional Details:

Use:Companion with Potential
Stabling/ShelterCan live out all year with shelter
Bedding RequiredStraw or shavings
To Catch in the FieldGood with food
Turn OutWill mix with mares & geldings
Hay/FeedHay during the winter
FeetUnshod, good to trim
RugsDoesn't need a rug
Loan Fee(£)50

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