Horses and ponies for sale
The following is our list of horses and ponies that we currently
have for sale
Dun & White (Skewbald), Cob type, gelding, 3 years (May 2014), currently 14.1hh.
Marble is a home bred gelding with a fantastic quiet nature. He has been easy to do in all ways since he was born. Marbles mother ‘Lucky’ was one of our riding school ponies and has since gone on to work in an RDA centre.
A lovely boy with the build and temperament to be a great all rounder / family horse.
Ready to be broken now, for someone to have fun in the summer. Straight mover, regularly wormed and feet trimmed. Has loaded numerous times in a trailer with no problems at all.
Looking for a loving home for him to grow up in and mature into a fabulous pony everyone wants.
'MEELICKMORE MAY MORNING'
Dun mare, Born 2013, 16hh.
Sire: Woodstock Hero (ISH)
Dam: Ballykinane Lass
May is a well put together young Irish sports horse type and a stunning colour. She is an extremely quiet sort, having not been spoiled as a youngster. She is also very amenable to train and has a scopey natural jump.
She came over from Ireland in May 2017 unbroken. We are now on her back and were walking and trotting on the lunge before our Christmas break. May will be back in work next week and will be riding away very soon.
She is good to catch, lead and generally easy to handle in and out of the stable and field.
KEEP COMING BACK FOR NEW HORSES & PONIES
WE HAVE FOR SALE.
If you have a specific requirement, please let us know as we have
extensive contacts in the horse world and may be able to find something
to suit you.
Tel 01597 851890 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more quality horses and ponies for sale, visit our friends' site at www.furzehillfarm.com
Buying horses and ponies
We are prepared to consider purchasing horses/ponies when it is
clear that the owner and horse's "chemistry" is not compatible.
Matching the horse to the person is all important to the well being
of both and is not necessarily a failure if things do not work out.
It is better to admit it and move on.