Tuesday, 1 January 2013

May & Grace

May and Grace (her daughter) are looking for a forever home.  Grace was born at the DPTC around 4 years ago and went to do conservation grazing with her mum.  They both came back in 2012 and we are now looking for a home for them together.

Age: ? will check, in her teens I think!
Height: Around 11.2hh
History & temperament:  May came to us in foal from a farmer that we do a lot of work with.  He'd been unable to sell her at market so we agreed to take her on.  She had live in the moor her whole life and hadn't been handled so she needs quite a lot of work to get her used to people.  She is gradually building up her confidence with us and I think we'll soon be able to feed her from a bucket and get her halter trained and used to leading.  She is very attached to her daughter Grace and we'd very much like to see them homed together. She has a very soft, sweet temperament and is interested, if still a bit worried, about people!


Age: Approximately 4 years
Height: 12.2hh / 13hh.
History & temperament: Grace is a real sweetie.  She came back to us after 4 years of conservation grazing where she hadn't been touched but is very interested in people.  We can touch her all over and she now wears a headcollar and can be led around a little bit.  She will make a fab all round pony as she is really gentle and sweet.  She is obviously still very green so will need more work either at the DPTC or her new home.  She is very attached to her mum May and so would like to rehome them together.  In a herd situation they are fine to spend time apart but they do have a very strong bond.

For more information please contact Natalie who can send you out a rehoming form.  Tel: 07802 218169. Email: dartmoorponytrainingcentre@yahoo.co.uk.

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