Registered Welsh Section C Mare
TWYMYN ROYAL GWEN
5 years old in April 2023.
Beautiful second pony, experienced homes only, NO NOVICES.
Star started her ridden education exactly 1 year ago to date by myself, she has been slowly produced over the past year.
She has 3 beautiful gaits, moves very well.
She is very responsible of the leg, only requires a squeeze in order to change her gaits. She can be very bold and forward when it comes to her jump which is why she is advertised as a second pony and not available to any novices.
She would suit a competitive home, where she will excel the most.
Star hacks alone & in company in the heaviest of traffic, used to all farm machinery. Has hacked just over a mile to and from shows.
She attended a couple of shows in the summer which she handled amazingly like she had always been there.
She has a beautiful forward, bold jump, loves to jump and would do very well at BSJA, jumped over 1 meter at home with myself.
She has jumped many different types of jumps including cross country logs in large open fields.
Has been ridden by my very novice daughter in open fields out hacking and at home however she prefers a kick along and finds her to much for her to learn on, she gets bored just walking and trotting which is all my daughter is currently capable of.
Star loves to work and does not want to be a field ornament and therefore rather than to leave her for a couple of years for when my daughter is ready I believe its best for her to excel in her career with the right person she will go very far.
Star currently lives out in a mixed herd, bare foot and currently in her winter woolys.
When we originally brought her we kept her on a yard and she was stabled, happy living in or out.
She is great to load in a box or trailer, good with farrier.
Star had 8 weeks off during the winter to mature. She came back into full time work over 2 months ago and it was like she never had a break.
Never bucked, reared or bolted, does not nap.
No lumps, bumps or vices.
Happy for her to be vetted.
Snaffled mouthed, not strong when ridden just very responsible and knows her job.
Very sad sale but I feel like her talent is wasted with ourselves and unfortunately In the next couple of months I will no longer have a rider for her.
Home more important than price. Would prefer her to go without her tack, however can include tack if really required.
Can be mareish around a bucket feed. However her riding 100% makes up for this.
Any questions more than welcome
First video taken yesterday, only had children available to take the video. I've also been working on a head carriage with her so she's now abit uncertain of where to place her head.
Second video was last summer.