Riding or Driving Ponies

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In this section you will find horses and ponies who have the potential, or are already driving or working under saddle. Please read rehoming through our Guardianship Scheme for more information about rehoming from the Trust.

If you are interested in offering a long-term guardian home to any of our horses and ponies please fill in a Lluest Loan Application Form and post it back to us or alternatively please email equine@lluesthorseandponytrust.co.uk.

 

Timmy

About: Timmy is a handsome 6yo bay gelding, Welsh sec a type. Timmy is a handsome & cheeky boy, he has been lunged and is long reining well. Timmy is good to catch, trim and groom. He happily lives out with mares and geldings and is also happy to be stabled when needed.

Ideal Home: He can be nippy but gets better with clear boundaries and regular handling, due to this he would not be good around very young children. We would like a confident, experienced home for Timmy, one that can manage his weight as he is a very good doer. We think Timmy would really enjoy a job and would make a fab driving pony.

Update Oct 2021: Timmy has been long reined on the road with another pony and behaved amazing. He will be backed in the coming weeks. 

Penny

About: Penny is approximately 10.2hh pretty Welsh Sec a mare, she has recently returned from a companion guardian home. Penny is fantastic to do in all ways, she has been handled by children in the past and is a sweetie. She has been lightly ridden in the past but not for some years, she may be able to become a lead rein pony again. Penny was a fantastic foster mother to orphan foal Nala in 2018. She has had laminitis in the last year and will need to have very limited grazing. Penny has started long reining and has been enjoying it.

Ideal Home: Penny’s ideal home would be with a family, as a companion to a pony with very similar management needs. Her home would need to be experienced and knowledgeable with managing laminitics. We are sure she would love to do horse agility or similar and could potentially be a lead rein pony in the right home.