A home for Fin

Fin is an amazing pony who has been a strong member of our team for a number of years in a central London Riding School, and is now looking for a new home!

14.3hh | 14 years old | Piebald Cob | Gelding

Up to date with teeth, farrier & vaccinations

Fin is a one of our most versatile ponies to ride, being able to scale down and be used for RDA & beginner lessons as well as being able to step up and be a fun ride for the more experienced rider.

Fin enjoys doing a mixture of different things such as jumping, flat work, hacking, lunging & free schooling to keep him at his happiest.

Fin is good in traffic as during his time in London he has encountered cars, vans & buses. He can hack out both alone and in company, being able to go anywhere in the group. He is able to be used to ride and lead.

On the ground Fin has impeccable manners. He is never any trouble in or around the stable, will stand all day to be groomed & fussed and is a pleasure to have on the yard. He is good for the farrier & vet. He is good to clip but can be slightly nervous when doing his legs.

Fin would make an ideal pony for a confident teenager or experienced small adult who is looking to have some fun, take him out and do various different things, as this is what Fin will thrive on most!

PRIVATE HOMES ONLY (No dealers or riding schools)

Please contact the riding team for details

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Will pay for farrier costs & dental treatments for 1 horse, for 1 month

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