Tom is ready to be rehomed as a non ridden companion. This inquisitive, little chap will suit a home where there are other geldings to interact with. Tom currently lives out, but could be stabled part time if necessary and he could stay on his own for short periods of time while his companion was ridden, if this was introduced gradually. He is prone to weight gain, so his ideal home will be with other ponies who need to be on the same restricted grazing routine. In his previous loan home he learnt in-hand skills including low level horse agility, which could be continued and would a be a good way to develop a bond with his new handler. Tom can be sensitive to new situations and wary of new people and so he is seeking a quiet, competent rehomer who will be able to offer him the benefit of a good daily routine. If you think that Tom has the potential to be your next companion pony, we would love to hear from you.
He is inquisitive, but needs a quiet, consistent routine and regular basic handling.
Tom arrived in 2010 at our Glenda Spooner Farm, he was entire on arrival and he was very nervous. He has been successfully rehomed and only returned in March 2020 due to a change in his rehomers circumstances.
|Companion||Glenda Spooner Farm||11||10.0hh|
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|Breed||Welsh Mountain Pony|
|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|Bedding Required||Straw or shavings|
|To Catch in the Field||Good|
|Turn Out||Will mix with geldings|
|Feet||Unshod, good to trim|
|Rugs||Doesn't need a rug|
Penny Farm - Lancashire
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