After a lot of thought I’ve come to the decision to sell my gorgeous boy Lenny, he’s a gentle giant the best way to describe him. So laid back not your typical Tb, he’s up to date with all his vacs had his teeth done less than 6 months ago were c wormed up to date. He’s brilliant to load great with farrier, to be honest I can’t fault him at all. He’s good in the stable and happy to be out with either mares or geldings he’s currently in a field with my other boy. He hasn’t been ridden at all since summer but u can pop a saddle on him and he’s brill, only thing he is he can be abit lazy wen u first jump on him, he needs a rider who will be firm not let him get away with it, but once he gets going he’s fine. He’s not bothered by anything wen he’s out on a hack, only time he’s ever spooked is when we were going over a bridge and a train few past underneath which is understandable. He’s 14yrs passported and chipped. Any questions plz don’t hesitate to contact me price includes full wardrobe, open to sensible offers for the right home 10* home is a must, won’t be going to just anyone. Reason for sale is because my daughter is dying to have her own pony so if anyone selling a 1st pony I would consider part exchange x
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