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MinMin - 12.3hh cob mare. 7 years old. Great PC and driving pony.

  • Cob
  • Blue and white
  • Mare
  • 7 years
  • 12.3 hands

MinMin - 12.3hh cob mare. 7 years old. Great PC and driving pony.

Done lots of PC, schooling and v steady and safe.

Ref #: 283728
  • She's done masses of hacking, general living with chaos around her and is a great driving pony.
  • She's a 'semi-plod', kick along and has done masses of activity for her age, loves new things to do.
  • Recently done Mini camp (off lead) for a nervous child, happily goes on or off the lead
£6,000 ono
  • Cob
  • Blue and white
  • Mare
  • 7 years
  • 12.3 hands
  • She's done masses of hacking, general living with chaos around her and is a great driving pony.
  • She's a 'semi-plod', kick along and has done masses of activity for her age, loves new things to do.
  • Recently done Mini camp (off lead) for a nervous child, happily goes on or off the lead

MinMin - 12.3hh cob mare. 7 years old. Great PC pony. She loves life and is a super gentle sweet mare.

She has been on loan to the Kings Hall private school Riding dept (at Taunton Polo Ground) and used by a range of children from beginner to capable novice. Before that she was on loan to a family with a 4 year old, doing a little bit of arena riding. Before that we drove her, used her for hacking and long distance rides. She's done quite a bit of farm work (cattle/sheep) as well. Happily follows a bike, or leads of a bike or another horse/carriage/qu

In the arena or doing PC style riding, she is a nice ride and goes off the leg. Definitely more kick along. She is easy to stop/start and steady into canter or to a jump (doesn't rush - will happily flop over for v nervous kids). For novice kids, she can jump a bit big over XC or new types of fences, so we generally lead her over them first and then put the nervous riders back on. Otherwise if children can jump, then she makes a great shape and will jump a small course or grid.

She has hacked and been driven in the heaviest of traffic including farm traffic, buses etc. She rides/leads (either way), is happy doing gymkhana or just plodding about on a lead. We have had 3 children ride her at the same time, and she's happy if they do gymnastics on her too. She has quite a short neck but a small pretty head (for a cob), so tall children might not like the short neck... She is fully trained for crazy fancy dress, chickens, dogs riding her, massive flags, umbrellas etc. She would totally suit RDA work.

She absolutely hates being clipped - you'll have to sedate her!

Teeth, feet, vaccs etc all up to date. Easy to load. 100% in any traffic.

She may be able to go on trial if the family are local to EX153RQ - Taunton. This is absolutely not guaranteed. References will be requested.

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BRITISH DRIVING SOCIETY

Endersley, Church Road, Wingfield, Eye, Suffolk, IP21 5QZ

Tel: 01379 384612 

Email: email@britishdrivingsociety.co.uk

website www.britishdrivingsociety.co.uk

 

BRITISH CARRIAGEDRIVING

BHDTA, East Overhill, Stewarton, Kilmarnock, KA3 5JT

Tel: 0845 643 2116 fax: 0845 643 9474

Email: email@britishcarriagedriving.co.uk or Website: www.britishcarriagedriving.co.uk

 

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