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Gentle, Rising 4 Year Old - Incredible Potential.

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3 years, 11 months old (More Info)

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Age - 3 - (4 March 16th)
Breed - cob
Height -13.1 currently
Sex - mare
Price - £4000 ovno
Location - Oxfordshire

Cracking, piebald for sale for viewing is highly recommended in this girl, as pictures and videos will not do her justice, however I do have videos on request of her on the lunge.

Has a very sweet nature, not Mareish, not bolshy, has been handled from the beginning with boundaries and natural horsemanship, this pony has no fear, as she has no reason too, which makes her a very confident, bold pony, but I must stress is very respectful with it. Is respectful of fencing, perfect in the stable, can tack up, ( bridal) muck out, full groom, clip, all while stood in her stable.

I currently own her mum as well, who is also up for sale, due too no rider for her anymore. Her mum has a very sweet nature, and mum is standing at 14.2. if I’m honest mum and Indy, are very much of the same temperament, and if Indy, turns out as well as mum she really will be a cracking pony, this is a very sad sale she was my late grandfathers who sadly passed away, and Indy just hasn’t made the height for any of us to really enjoy her full potential. She really is a dream to have around the yard.

I would feel Indy would be best suitable to any decent home out there, she is currently unbroken but is lunging, long reigning, and been out hacking up to 2hrs in hand, she is great in traffic, around machinery, motorbikes, buses, open fields, over wells, over bridges, she really has been exposed to all we can think off to give her the best chance. And I’m more than happy too show people on viewings. I think she would make a great mother/daughter share or dads! Happy hacker, maybe a jumper with someone who could take her to that level. She really is a blank canvas.

She has shown no vice or quirks while with us, she’s easy to catch, load; and is perfect with the vet, backman, farrier ( due this week; and is currently kept barefooted) is easy too maintain weight, never had laminitis, never cribbed. Perfect to pick out all 4 feet. You really can do anything you ask of her.

Videos on request( unfortunately it off her just on the lunge but dose show some scope) she is lunged currently on the voice only and responds extremely well. any other questions you may have please feel free to ask.

Serious buyers only, no time waster, no joyriders, and I’m in no rush; home is much more important.

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