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13hh 2nd Pony Welsh

£4,500
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Cannock, Staffordshire
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Number of views :
Ad Reference :
3094575
Pet Type :
Horses
Pet Breed :
Welsh X
Advert Type :
For Sale
Location :
Advertiser Type :
Private Seller
Council Licensed? :
Pets Current Age :
9 years, 11 months old (More Info)

Full Advert Details

13h 9yr, rising 10 in May, Welsh Chestnut gelding. Yogi is looking for an established child or small adult to have some serious fun on him. This pony is simply amazing when fit and doing a job, he has all the enthusiasm for life and will go forever. He does need a stronger rider as he is a powerful stocky pony. He would be brilliant for hunting, xc etc. He absolutely thrives from being challenged out and about. He has been well schooled but needs this bringing back as hasn't been schooled much this year due to lack of jockey. Yogi can test new riders for a few weeks, this is more so for novices, hence me saying he needs a more established rider. We have owned him for 6 years and he has done bits of everything within this time, with all ages and abilities. He is the easiest pony to handle you will ever have and is very loving and thrives from a routine and human interaction. Will come to call in the field, great to load, shoe etc £4500 ono inc tack and rugs

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