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post #1 of 6 Old 01-14-2012, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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please tell me which pony i should get just to keep and maybe have my little cousins ride but mostly just show and walk around
Petfinder Adoptable Pony | Pony | Spencer, IN | Princess
Petfinder Adoptable Pony | Pony | Frankfort, IN | Nibbles
Petfinder Adoptable Pony | Pony | Owensville, IN | Daisy

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It depends greatly on what your abilities are and what your cousins abilities are.

Just going from what you've posted, the first one seems like the best fit of any of them. I would not suggest one that wasn't broke to ride, nor would I suggest the stud because...well...he's a stud and studs require very experienced handlers whether they are 100 pounds or 1000. The little sorrel mare looks really cute but with her having been recently foundered badly, there will be a ton of ongoing medical and special farrier care with her, plus, you would have to be very scrutinizing with every little thing she ate to prevent a re-lapse.
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i definitely like the first one best. shes going to be the easiest to handle and take care of.

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I like Princess and Nibbbles. They look the best out of the two. Princess would probably be the best since she seems to have some training to her. All depends on your abilities though.

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post #6 of 6 Old 01-18-2012, 07:06 PM
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definitely #1. seems to be the most suited for what you need. I wouldn't even be considering a stud for children to be around
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