• Companion with Potential
  • Norfolk
  • Gelding
  • 1 year old
  • 11.2hh
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Meet Olaf

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Olaf is just the cutest little boy imaginable and it is hard to believe he was abandoned at only six months old. He is an inquisitive chap who is interested in everything. Olaf does have the potential to be backed to ride in the future but as he still young and can be cheeky so he will need a confident adult handler who can set clear and firm boundaries. We are looking for a home for Olaf with someone who is used to handling youngsters and if he is backed to ride in the future, someone who has previous experience of this. Olaf may reach approximately 13hh when fully grown, although this is only an estimate. If he is backed to ride in the future he will have a maximum rider weight limit of 8 to 8.5 stone.

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Important stuff

Olaf could be worked in the future.

History

Olaf was abandoned at approximately 6 months old, he came into our care in December 2021.

More about Olaf

Breed Cob
Colour Piebald
Type Pony
Stabling/Shelter Can live out all year with shelter
Turnout Will mix with mares & geldings
To catch in the field Good
Hay/Feed Hay during the winter
Feet Unshod
Rugs Doesn't need a rug
Behavioural considerations Olaf is an inquisitive little pony with a bit of a cheeky side, he is generally well behaved for his age.
Health considerations None
Bedding Any bedding
Rehoming fee(£) 50

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Olaf is at Hall Farm, Norfolk

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