Friday, 20 April 2012
Well like it says really, this lovely boy is Star, and he has been with us much too long. He is a very sweet kind and robust little chap and he is crying out for a job to do and to have a special someone to spoil him wrotten. He is not currently backed (although if he hangs round any longer I might have time to do this lol) but he is very well handled and easy. He has no particular issues and with some time and training would make a fab ride and drive prospect. His only concern is that these pictures were taken a few days ago and this is what he looks like coming out of a winter with no hard feed and no rugs. In other words he is an EXTREMELY good doer and while he has no health issues so far he will need plenty of excersise and restricted grazing to keep him trim. He came back to us last summer from a loan home resembling a hippo poor boy! Star will be 6 this year so is more than ready to be out and about and working. He is about 12hh and of VERY chunky strong build. While we usually re-home in the West country we may consider further afield if a perfect home could be found him with vet/farrier references. If you think you could be Stars happy ending please get in touch with me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks pony lovers xxx
- Dartmoor Pony Training Centre
- This blog tells you about the ponies we currently have available for re-homing and also the success stories of the ponies we have already re-homed. We will also update on how the ponies we have re-homed are getting on. To find out more about what we do please go to this web address: http://www.dptc.org.uk To donate online please go to: http://www.dptc.org.uk/donate.html Please go to our blog http://dptc.blogspot.com/for updates on the centre and see 27th October 07 for a description of what we do. We also have a sales list if you are interested in buying a Dartmoor Pony at http://dartmoorponysaleslist.blogspot.com/