The time has come to start to find the perfect next home for our darling pony Fury now my daughter has out grown him and moves on to horses.
He’s 13.2hh 13yrs old piebald gelding - lovely to have around the place, lives in or out (although we do have to watch he doesn’t get sunburn on his white bits!) never sick or sorry, great feet happy barefoot, good to load, clip, teeth etc.
Fantastic to hack, walks out beautifully, enjoys a canter in the fields but always polite and pulls up and he hunted a lot in his last home and loved it.
We’ve had him for 3 and a half years (since my daughter was just 10yrs) and he’s taken her from jumping and competing 50-60cm up to 90cm. He has also come a very long way in his dressage and schooling. He’s had fun at all PC activities, rallies, camp, dressing up and mounted games, he’s a very fun pony, forward and keen but safe and with the kindest heart.
In terms of his performance highlights he’s regularly in the ribbons for all sorts of competition.
For dressage he’s won the prelim junior champion at our local unaffiliated venue and has potential to go BD, he was team and individual 1st place at the area 12 grassroots class and 5th at the regional championship, he also had best dressage in his section at the area grassroots eventing qualifier this year and regularly is in the top 5 of the eventing sections.
Showjumping, he has numerous placings at 70, 80 and 90cm. He jumped a double clear both this year and last year at the PC regional area qualifier competition and jumps really well on grass or on a surface managing any terrain. He has placed and won at arena eventing at both 80cm and 90cm.
Our biggest love with him has been seeing him develop as a fantastic eventing pony. Numerous placings at 70 & 80cm and won his section at the regional area qualifier in 2021. He also qualified and finished 6th place in the Cotswold Cup Junior Championships last year and finished 5th in the qualifier leader board this year but unfortunately can’t compete at the Cotswold Cup champs or the PC regional champs this year due to my daughter breaking her wrist injury falling off her new horse at camp this year.
It’s such a hard decision to let him go but we know the time is right for him to teach the next kid the ropes or even give a small adult loads of pony fun! We have no end of photos and videos of his time with us. Please text or WhatsApp in the first instance for more info or to arrange a call or viewing on 07799113288