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Samantha Richardson in Leicester

6 years old
Welsh section c
Driving, All Rounder and Dressage
Welsh Section Chestnut gelding 6 years13.2 hands He drives single 4 wheel & 2 wheel He rides wherever in country He hunts, he showjumps, he schools beautifullly Extremly hard reluctant decision. Full up 13.2hh registered (Cascob bred) 6yo gelding. I’ve owned Ed for 3 years, here hes done everything. He’s ready to find his own person, he’s ultimately wasted here and should be on the circuit, he thrives for his work and all I want to do now is hack with my daughter. Driving - he only ever been driven single, he’s easy to drive and has been driven by friends that have never driven before. He hasn’t been driven all winter but no reason why you can’t chuck harness on and pootle up the road. He’s not 100 percent with really heavy traffic so country lanes, pub drives etc is his thing. SJ - he’s extremely brave. He always says yes, he comfortable popping around 70/80s he’s not been pushed height wise due to his age but definitely has more in the bag. XC - again he’s brave. He’s jumped logs, tyres, coffins, tiger traps, goes through water. Flatwork - he’s a nice easy ride with sharp transitions, if you’re looking for a kick along he’s not that type. He’s been schooled to a high level. Leg, sit quiet & go. He does the hard work for you. Ground manners - he’s polite, he’s good to shoe (barefoot currently), he stables, he has no vices, he loads onto my lorry, he doesn’t like his mane pulled or his face clipping. Hacking - he hacks alone or in company front or back - he’s not 100 percent in really heavy traffic. He will go over country alone for miles. He’s the type that would go all day, you would put the same pony to bed that you got out in the morning. Hunting - he’s been hunted with hounds, he’s fidgety at a meet and wants to get the job done but he’s sensible and not horrible with it. Again you’ll put the same pony bed that you got out in the morning to do the same again tomorrow. Showing - he’s been lightly shown both Inhand and under saddle. He wipes the floor Inhand at county level. I could write about him all day, you never see them on the market. He’s everything anyone wants from a pony but you must understand he’s Welsh, he thrives off his work, he’s powerful and most certainly not suitable for a novice or weak rider. He’s goes in a double jointed loose ring happy mouth snaffle for all disciplines. He’s been ridden by my 10yo daughter several times at home, she’s got a pony already she pings around, rides upside down, back to front etc so she pays no interest in moving onto Ed. He’s a serious machine. He can be sold with made to measure quality tack. Hes upto date with its vaccinations, worming feet etc. He can be delivered anywhere.

Samantha Richardson