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    12-24-2011, 02:06 PM
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Weanling
Working with my free pony

About a month ago I was given a little welsh section A. I have been giving him a little brush over and pick his feet out every other day.
Well now it is the school holidays here and my weekend sharer has been comming up during the week to help with the ponies. So yesterday we did some practise for inhand showing and I do think he has been shown before because he seemed to know what to expect, he was really good . Then I wanted to see how he would react to poles and jumps. First I lead him over poles on the ground at walk and trot and finnally trotted him over some little jumps. He has definitely jump in the past at somepoint.

Today I put the shetlands bridle and saddle pad on him he was great then I clipped to lunge reins eaither side of his bit and with a little help from my sharer leading him we managed to long rein him on both reins. I was so pleased with him.

I put the riens back on the bridle and my sharer leaned across him, he was fine with that so we had a little walk, again he was fine Bless his little cotton socks he has been a pasture ornament for years but he remember that he used to be rode.

Next I gave my 13 year old sharer a leg up and walked several time around the paddock. He was a little gem bless him. He was so good I wanted to end it on a good note so we called it quits. I plan to let my daughter ride him at the walk and trot when she arrives after boxing day and see how he goes with that.

So my free twellve year old pony is rideable so far I just wish my grandkids lived nearer. I intend to do lots of long riening and lunging to get him fit. Break him for driving and see if I can find a little sharer who would like to have a pony to care for and ride.




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    12-24-2011, 02:43 PM
  #2
Lis
Yearling
English mud...When grey ponies become brown lol. Sounds like it's all going well for you then. I think we should have more pics because nothing does cute like a Welsh A and their big eyes .
     
    12-24-2011, 02:49 PM
  #3
Weanling
He is white under his rug lol I will try and get some more pics over the hols.
     
    12-24-2011, 03:20 PM
  #4
Lis
Yearling
We've had a few like that. One of our greys went out and came back with black legs, head and neck but stunningly white under his rug lol.
     
    12-24-2011, 03:30 PM
  #5
Cat
Green Broke
What a cute but muddy pony!
     
    12-24-2011, 04:50 PM
  #6
Showing
That's wonderful! :)
     
    12-27-2011, 12:56 PM
  #7
Weanling
My 16 year old daughter rode him today. He was good considering he has not been ridden for years she even got a nice trot out of him. Though she did come off when he did a big spook nr some farm machinery.

     
    12-27-2011, 01:52 PM
  #8
Weanling
     
    12-27-2011, 02:29 PM
  #9
Lis
Yearling
Awww he's doing well then despite the hiccup.
     
    12-27-2011, 02:58 PM
  #10
Trained
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fellpony    
About a month ago I was given a little welsh section A. I have been giving him a little brush over and pick his feet out every other day.
Well now it is the school holidays here and my weekend sharer has been comming up during the week to help with the ponies. So yesterday we did some practise for inhand showing and I do think he has been shown before because he seemed to know what to expect, he was really good . Then I wanted to see how he would react to poles and jumps. First I lead him over poles on the ground at walk and trot and finnally trotted him over some little jumps. He has definitely jump in the past at somepoint.

Today I put the shetlands bridle and saddle pad on him he was great then I clipped to lunge reins eaither side of his bit and with a little help from my sharer leading him we managed to long rein him on both reins. I was so pleased with him.

I put the riens back on the bridle and my sharer leaned across him, he was fine with that so we had a little walk, again he was fine Bless his little cotton socks he has been a pasture ornament for years but he remember that he used to be rode.

Next I gave my 13 year old sharer a leg up and walked several time around the paddock. He was a little gem bless him. He was so good I wanted to end it on a good note so we called it quits. I plan to let my daughter ride him at the walk and trot when she arrives after boxing day and see how he goes with that.

So my free twellve year old pony is rideable so far I just wish my grandkids lived nearer. I intend to do lots of long riening and lunging to get him fit. Break him for driving and see if I can find a little sharer who would like to have a pony to care for and ride.




Very cute pony
What color is he really?
     

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