This age of disposable things should not apply to animals. If anyone can take a horse, or knows someone who can, please consider rehoming a horse from World Horse Welfare.
- Dame Judi Dench
Hello. My name is Gypsy and i am looking for a new home. I absolutely love company, equine and human and whenever anyone comes into my field i have to go over and investigate.You never know whats in those pockets!! I would love to find a home with someone who has other ponies or horses, preferably not too old, as i love to play. I am excellent to catch and handle but would need my grazing restricted to prevent me from gettting too fat or from getting laminitis..Ouch!! I am good with the vet and farrier and see them routinely. I live out 24/7 and do prefer this although i could be stabled if necessary for part of the time. I will look out for your applications and look forward to meeting you soon. Lots of whinnies from Gypsy.
Excellent. Inquisitive and full of character.
Gypsy originally came in to the care of World Horse Welfare as a prosecution case at the end of 2009 with 2 other horses. They were all in very poor condition. Luckily they were successfully signed over and Gypsy continued to thrive. She went out on loan as a companion but sadly returned when the other pony she lived with had to be put to sleep.
Gypsy is located at Glenda Spooner Farm
- Breed Welsh Cross
- Age 5
- Colour Grey
- Sex Mare
- Type Pony
- Height 11.1hh
- Stabling / Shelter Can live out all year with Shelter
- Bedding Required Straw or Shavings
- To Catch in the Field Excellent
- Turn Out Will mix with Mares & Geldings
- Hay / Feed Hay during the Winter
- Feet *unshod horses must be trimmed every 6-8 wks Unshod, Good to Trim
- Rugs Doesn't need a rug
- Ailments None
- Vices None
- Loan Fee (£) 50
- Future Use: Companion
If you are successful in your application then you must be prepared to collect World Horse Welfare Gypsy from Glenda Spooner Farm