Youngsters

Why re-home a youngster?

Are you confident, experienced and looking for a project?

We have many youngsters looking to broaden their horizons and to continue their education in temporary or long-term guardian homes. They range from 8 months to 5 years old from varying backgrounds, and therefore require guardians to be knowledgeable and patient to encourage them to blossom and gain confidence in everyday life.

When the time is right we will come and assess the horse or pony to determine if they are ready to back or introduce to harness. We can offer help with this next stage if required.

If you are interested in loaning any of our horses and ponies please fill in an Lluest Loan Application Form and send it back to us.

equine@lluesthorseandponytrust.co.uk or call 01550 740661 if you require any more information.

 

 

Sir David Attenborough is a friendly cob gelding born 2019, he is expected to make between 13 and 13.2hh. He is generally good to lead and confident with most handling tasks, he can still be a little silly in certain situations but is learning and improving all the time. Dave is good to catch and has the farrier trim him regularly without any issues. He loves attention and is really loving. He has been living out with other youngsters. both mares and geldings, he is happy to come into the stable out of the wet and away from the sun and flies in the summer. 

His ideal home would be one that is experienced with youngsters with at least another playful gelding or youngster for company, as he is very playful out in the field. His new home will also need to know that it is important that Dave doesn’t become overweight.

Dave is in a foster home and will be rehomed from there.

Zazu is cute Welsh section a gelding born at the Trust in 2019. Zazu is good to catch, rug, lead and to be trimmed. He is currently living out with other youngsters both mare and geldings. He is happy to come in to the stable to get out of the wet and away from the sun and flies in the summer. 

Zazu’s ideal home would be a family who would like to offer him a lifetime home, where he can grow up and learn to be a possible child’s pony once old enough at 4 years old. Being a native breed his new home will need to have an understanding of managing his weight to ensure he doesn’t get laminitis. 

Zeus

Zeus was born in 2020 and soon after orphaned, he was rescued from a South Wales mountain by another charity. He is a cute cheeky gelding to make approximately 11hh. Zeus is looking for an experienced home to grow up in.

Connie

Connie was born in March 2020, she was found standing over her dead mother. She is a special girl with a relaxed and kind personality, she will make approximately 13.2hh – 14hh. Connie has been socialised with other ponies and is happy to live in or out, she is easy to do in all ways. She is looking for a home to grow up in, with the company of other ponies. 

In a foster home – Prince Eric is beautiful Welsh section a gelding born at the Trust in 2019. Eric is good to catch, rug, lead and to be trimmed. He is currently living out with other youngsters both mares and geldings. He is happy to come in to the stable to get out of the wet and away from the sun and flies in the summer. Being a young gelding he can be nippy and his new home will be patient and continue to teach him how to behave well.

Eric’s ideal home would be a with family who would like to offer him a lifetime home, where he can grow up and learn to be a possible child’s pony once old enough at 4 years old. Being a native breed his new home will need to have an understanding of managing his weight to ensure he doesn’t get laminitis. 

In a foster home – Morgana is a sweet Welsh section a mare born at the Trust in 2019. Morgana is good to catch, rug, lead and to be trimmed. She is currently living out with other youngsters both mares and geldings. She is happy to come in to the stable to get out of the wet and away from the sun and flies in the summer. 

Morgana’s ideal home would be a with family who would like to offer her a lifetime home, where she can grow up and learn to be a possible child’s pony once old enough at 4 years old. Being a native breed her new home will need to have an understanding of managing her weight to ensure she doesn’t get laminitis.