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Only available due to a heart-breaking change in circumstance - she would not be going anywhere if I could help it. 8-month-old Irish Draught x Welsh D palomino filly tentatively looking for a new home. Currently standing 13.3hh/14hh expected to make at 16hh+.
Passported, registered, microchipped, and up to date with jabs, wormer and farrier, handles it all like a pro. Extremely well handled, been out on walks and started to see traffic. Loads and unloads without issue the times we’ve done it before. Ties up, good with having her feet picked and being touched all over.
A real rare sensible temperament for such a youngster. Kind, gentle, bold and takes everything in her stride. She’s a real people’s horse and loves fuss, attention, and a groom. She’s going to make someone their dream horse.
This is a heart-breaking sale so absolutely no time wasters. I cannot stress how wonderful this little filly’s temperament is. You’d be hard-pressed to find another youngster as easy and willing as she is. She would only go to the best of the 10* homes, that will be vetted. Plenty of videos and pictures available.
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3) What to Avoid When Buying a Horse
4) Which Horse Breed is Best for Me?