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13.1hh Dartmoor Pony

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Pet Type :
Pet Breed :
Dartmoor (Breed Info)
Advert Type :
For Sale
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Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
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Pets Current Age :
5 years, 1 month old (More Info)

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A very sad sale of our joey a 5year old Dartmoor gelding, 13.1hh (still abit bum high) a grullo silver dun! Stunning boy! such a loving and sweet boy! Ridden by my 9 year old novice, ridden in a flexi rubber snaffle, also my 6 year old novice son rides him on lead rein, he is amazing to hack out and will go first or last! Great to clip! Feet trim! (He’s barefoot) good to load and travel,Very brave pony, he is green in the school! This does not mean he’s dangerous or silly he has never bucked or bolted or reared! It just means he’s not done a lot of schooling! However my daughter did start him on pole work and small jumps which he’s take down to very well! He’s a very willing boy who wants to please! If there is anything schooling wise he’s not sure about he just simply realised on the rider to show him how to do it without a fuss!
He will do so well in a showing home! His colours are unusual and beautiful!
He is a funny boy who deserves the best forever home only!
He is worth his weight in gold!
Lead rein or off leadrein! A real sticky weight carrying type!
Only selling due to daughter having autism and currently finding to much on her plate so she has decided to take a break from the horses for a long while and he needs a job to do and education continuing on to become even more amazing like we know he will!
Will come with all tack and rugs,
100’s of videos and photos upon request
Many thanks for reading our advert on our special boy.

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