Millie

Millie

Slroger1990

  • Mixed Breed
  • Essex
  • Registered : yes
  • Age : 11
  • Height : 14.1
  • Colour : Skewbald
  • Owned For (Years): 11 years
  • Eligible For Vetting : yes
  • Requires Stabling : no
  • Requires Resticted Grazing : yes
  • Passport : New forest pony society
  • The successful applicant will need to pay a donation of £300 plus an £50 standard fee to Horses 4 Homes upon completion.
  • Applicants must live within 35 miles of the sellers town of residence to apply.

Description

Millie is a lovely pony, looking to go out on  LOAN! Had her since she was born. I know everything to know about her  this is extremely sad  for me personal circumstances forces new home. She won’t go unless home is perfect. Please read carefully before you contact!

she has been used all disciplines and I’ve had a lot of fun over the years. Hope her new loaner will to. Millie is a forward going ride who can be a bit fizzy at times. We have competed mainly in unaff sj and started showing this year.

We love hacking for hours done lots of sponsor riders. Love going xc.

Great to hack on her own and in company she can jog trot when gets excited. Seen all types of traffic and fine with all.

She is gd in all ways can be bit Bolshy on the ground.

Requires a firm confident competent loaner.

 

 

Problems

You need to be a confident, competent, firm rider with experience with quirky, forward going ponies. Suit someone wants to have fun, compete locally and work with her to become a great partnership.   Not for novices or people riding slower types. Must be used to forward going and fizzy behaviour at times!!

Health Issues

No issues vaccines up to date, feet,teeth, back, saddle        

Ideal Home

Most suitable home. Would be  a quite yard. As Millie gets stressed on a busy yard. With individual turnout or a herd. She gets attached if just one other in her field. She can live out all the time provided there is a shelter. Or she can come in overnight to a stable She would have to be watched on lots of grazing because she is a native type New grass causes her to become fizzy. Less the better      

Vet Details

The barn equine great wakering ss3  


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