Find Your New Best Friend

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  This area is full of animals that are ready to go to their new homes.

The horses have an adoption fee (varies depending on the horse) which means  you take them away and you keep them for as long as you are willing. The horses will only be returned to our care if you cannot look after them any more after circumstances changing or we take them back because we don’t believe you are looking after them to a basic standard. 
The horses are never sold!
  

Monty Moo and Linda

Mojo
Currently in foster

​Approx 3 year old grey gelding. A sweet boy with a lovely character, good to trim and worm. Mojo is a complete blank canvas we have done absolutely nothing with him apart from groom and walk.

​Due back late summer 2020

Noel - Reserved

A beautiful lemon and white yearling colt - Noel loves life and people.  He didnt have the best start and came to us covered in oil and grease, underweight and riddled with worms. He is growing into a confident little man with bags of personality, he has lovely paces and we are sure he will do well in the show ring.    We dont think Noel will get much bigger than 12.2hh but without knowing his breeding this is purely an estimate.
 

Jack

 Jack is a 14hh gelding.  He has spent most of his life on a tether with little education,  Since arriving Jack has learned space awareness and has stopped biting, (well meaning passers-by regularly fed Jack from their hand).  Jack is good for the farrier (trim only) and now stands to be sprayed with fly spray - the cream needs a little more work!  He comes to call and is always pleased to see you.  Jack is a gentle boy who would excel in a one to one relationship, we suspect he has been backed but we havent tried yet as still doing groundwork.  Happy for Jack to go out as a companion or a potential riding pony, he is approximately 10 years old.

Clive

Clive is a welsh type gelding, he is approximately 3 years old around 13hh.  Clive was found wandering the streets in Wales he was completely feral and very frightened   In the space of one day he had been sedated, castrated and driven miles to us in Nottingham. Clive is now a confident little man and has started his basic training, he is good for the farrier and enjoys working in hand.   We feel Clive will do very well in the showring (local level only as unregistered) with the correct one to one training.