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Hi everyone I'm Branston and i was very lucky to have been saved by World Horse Welfare, along with my friend Pickles.I was quite poorly when i first came in and very weak. Since then i have had lots of the right food, love and attention and plenty of fresh air and grazing. I love being with my friends so would like to find a home with other ponies. I would need someone who could continue my handling on the ground and if when i am old enough the staff at Glenda Spooner Farm say it is ok, i could be broken in to ride. Hope to hear from you soon. Branston
Excellent to handle but would need someone with a knowledge of youngsters to continue his education on the ground.
Branston came to Glenda Spooner Farm in January 2012. He was one of a large group of colts who had been abandoned and all were in poor condition and unhandled. Since then Branston has gained condition and been gelded and is out 24/7 with other ponies .He has turned out to be a very sweet inquisitive little chap who will hopefully one day make a lovely riding pony.
Branston is located at Glenda Spooner Farm
- Breed Cob
- Age 2
- Colour Brown
- Sex Gelding
- Type Pony
- Height 11.3hh
- Stabling / Shelter Can live out all year with Shelter
- Bedding Required Straw or Shavings
- To Catch in the Field Excellent
- Turn Out Geldings only
- 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 (£) 100
- Future Use: Youngster
If you are successful in your application then you must be prepared to collect World Horse Welfare Branston from Glenda Spooner Farm