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Simba is the most adorable little man, he has excellent world renowned ToyHorse breeding and is an absolute joy to have around. Would do well in the show ring, he has superb conformation and movement. Regularly handled and played with by my 2 year old son. Only for sale as I hate having to keep him on his own and do not want a pregnant mare.
Not nippy or cheeky, he is gentle and kind. Excellent to catch, groom, trim, lead, tie, load and travel. Never been sick or sorry, no lumps, bumps, injuries or health conditions he is in great shape and open to any vetting. Fully up to date with his feet and worming. Can live out all year round but also happy to be stabled. Registered with IMHPS and microchipped, family tree can be seen also. Measures 30" tall on the mini measuring stick, he is 9 years old,gorgeous colour he has just been clipped and was great to do.
Worth his weight in gold, a real sweetheart hard to come by that deserves the very best of homes.
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