Easy mouldable cob mare in Cwmbran


Chunky monkey versatile sort
11 year old, 14'2 cob mare

Recently brought back into work proving sane and sensible, but obviously still has her 'worry' moments. So not advertised as a kick along bombproof sort just yet - that said with a little longer and the correct guidance she may suit an equestrian centre environment or second pony type home.

Only been out of work due to previous owners lack of jockey and not wanting her to be wasted in the field at still a prime age to be doing a job !!

Happily ambles around in the school, a sweet and easy type, rides in all three paces and pops small sensible type pole.

Hacking - can be green, as expected, but no nonsense, purely needs mileage, or a lead horse to give her further confidence. She just looks if she doesn't understand - always goes forward with a reassuring scratch

Happy to ride in open spaces, and has cantered up the mountain behind another horse without getting strong or silly. Really enjoys local scenery and change of environment.

Said to have been driven previously but we haven't tried her and focusing on her ridden career.

Would make a class hacking/low level all rounder in the near future when she gets back into the swing of things. She's been there and done lots previously - the foundations are in place.

Safe around my children and farm dogs / chickens. Not a worry wart at home - would just benefit from one to one love now

Perfect to handle - an absolute baby. Great to catch, load, lead bath etc - a horse that wants to be your best friend!! Currently shod and in work

Not tried with the clippers just yet but if the weather decides to continue to be against us this will be done in the coming weeks

Overall a very easy horse that's a pleasure to be around and have on the yard !

Happy to turn out in a mixed herd
Loads trailer and lorry and travels well

Please call for further details.
Nationwide delivery available
No loans or trials
Open to any vetting

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7 weeks ago
Oct 2014
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