REDUCED due to complete time wasters!
Poppy is looking for a quieter life but with an experienced rider. Poppy has been treated for mild arthritis in her neck September 2018 and is sound. Hacking home or would make fantastic broodmare,no jumping. Happy for you to speak to my vets if you need to.
Her new home is very important to me and she will not be sold to just anyone. Poppy has competed in SJ, XC and sponsored rides. She is not a novice ride due to her size and strength but has breaks!!!
She is fantastic in traffic and will go past lorries etc on busy roads without any fuss at all, hacks alone or in company but prefers to be in front. Poppy has no stable vices and is easy to catch when turned out.
Wormed, teeth, vaccinated, shod (this week) all up to date. She is easy to clip, she travels well but prefers a small lorry/box rather than a trailer.
Can be sold with tack at extra cost if needed. I am only selling her due to her not being able to jump anymore BUT she is very special to us so finding the right home is really important as don’t want her being sold on and on.
If you are looking for an extra special hacking horse then she is the one. Everyone who meets her falls in love with her and is loved by everyone on our yard. I have lots of photos of her that I can share.
No loans, payment plans or in experienced homes, TIME WASTERS need apply
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