club all rounder. She will do anything from eventing, dressage to games. I purchased
Hope as a two year old and had her professionally started at three
years. Hope is very well schooled in walk, trot, canter and basic laterals. She
has attended pony club rallies and dressage competitions where she placed
it. She is super bold over jumps, and while she hasn’t done much due to her age I believe this will certainly be her forte in the future.
been paddocked with and without company of other horses and isn’t fazed by
either. She is also stabled occasionally in winter and is no problem. Hope is easy to worm, float, regularly has her teeth done and has excellent feet and stands perfectly for the farrier.
family. This was a really hard decision for me but as I am starting Uni next
year and am working, I will not have enough time for two horses. I know how
special this pony is and I don’t want her getting wasted in the paddock.
still young and needs rider that understands that. Hope is a not a first ridden
pony and she needs a competent rider teen/small adult who can further her