Zilverrose (Panda)

Zilverrose (Panda)

  • Other (See Description)
  • Basingstoke
  • Registered : yes
  • Age : 19
  • Height : 16.2"
  • Colour : Liver Chestnut
  • Owned For (Years): 7 years
  • Eligible For Vetting : no
  • Requires Stabling : yes
  • Requires Resticted Grazing : no
  • Passport : 528003 04.05949 KWPN Passport
  • The successful applicant will need to pay a donation of £500 plus an £50 standard fee to Horses 4 Homes upon completion.
  • Applicants must live within 200 miles of the sellers town of residence to apply.


Panda is a 16.2″ Liver Chestnut Dutch Warmblood and is available to be rehomed due to having a young family and a change in financial circumstances.

I have owned Panda for the last 7 years and done a mixture of affiliated and unaffiliated Dressage up to Elementary level, numerous fun rides and low level jumping.

Panda is snaffled mouth and works well on the flat, she can be spooky but works through it and can be nappy when leaving the yard if hacking alone but again can be ridden through it with a confident rider,  but hacks fine in company.

Panda is not a novice ride, due to her size but is very level headed and doesn’t need to be worked everyday.

I am looking for a home that can offer a quieter life for Panda where she can continue hacking, schooling and low level dressage and just generally being loved and enjoyed


Panda can be spooky, specifically if it is windy however with a bit of patience she works through it fine I have a snaffle bridle, Albion dressage saddle, numerous 6'6 stable and turnout rugs and a selection of numnahs and boots available

Health Issues

All vaccs are up to date. She had her teeth checked in February 2023 She is fully shod Panda has recently had hock injections due to slight sign of Arthritis in the hocks and is feeling and working well following this

Ideal Home

Panda prefers to be on a yard where she can fit into a routine with the other horses. She can be turned out in a herd or pairs but can get abit attached during her seasons. She doesn't like to be the first out, or last in. Due to this i don't think Panda would suit to be stabled on her own and would need some company. She is currently stabled at night and out in the day, she has been out overnight during summer months and in in the day and coped well. The ideal home for Panda would be someone who can offer more time and attention than i can at the moment, who can enjoy her amazing movement but not want to heavily compete.

Vet Details

Whitchurch Equine Veterinary Practice Richard Vile Clatford Mills Farm, Green Meadow Lane Goodworth Clatford, Hants SP11 7HQ 01264726404


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