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148cm Coloured Pony For Sale

  - 148cm Coloured Pony For Sale

Genuine talented Coloured Allrounder Stunning 148cm 10year old skewbald gelding Irish Sports Horse. A child’s dream with good manners. He has an excellent temperament, confirmation and movement. He is snaffle mouthed for flat work and uses a gag for jumping. He will let you do anything with him! He has done Pony Club activities, including camp, British Eventing competitions, Hunter Trials, Show Jumping, Working Hunter and Dressage. He has won many rosettes. Good to box, catch, clip, shoe, hack and stable. He has been a great pleasure to own and has been with the same family for the past 3 years. Sad sale as rider has moved onto horses. Fully vaccinated. A 5*home is needed for this quality pony to partner another child.

148cm Coloured Pony For Sale

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