So Cal: Gentle & easy going PONY available for LEASE! Great for beg. riders! - The Horse Forum
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So Cal: Gentle & easy going PONY available for LEASE! Great for beg. riders!

LOCATION: just north of Long Beach, Ca

Looking for the perfect starter pony for your child? Want your child to experience being around horses, but can't afford to own one of your own?

Whether your child is a beginner looking to learn how to ride or he/she already knows how, this is a great opportunity for them! With summer right around the corner, what is better than to get your kids involved in something that will teach them teamwork, friendship, and most importantly responsibility! Don't travel out to the big barns in LA and OC... stay a little closer to home and still have a great experience! Your child can learn to groom, tack up/untack, ride, and bathe a horse (actually a pony)!

Lilly is a 20 yr old, 13.2 hand, POA (Pony of America), who is ridden english. She is NOT your typical extremely stubborn pony. Lilly is very sweet and easy to handle. She is well behaved and GREAT for beginner riders! Lilly is NOT spooky, does not rear or buck, and is very mellow. From walk, to trot, to canter, Lilly will happily teach your child how to ride and enjoy horses!

Lilly is available for partial-lease, which includes 2 days/rides a week for $200 a month. That is only $25 a day/ride (among the cheapest you will find anywhere around). Lease also includes free riding assistance for every scheduled day/ride (great for beginners!). More days/rides per week are available for discussion.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more and meeting Lilly!

PLEASE NOTE: Lilly is available for lease only to children or small adults. She would like to find a rider 100 pounds and under (will consider up to 110 pounds). On-site lease only. She is not for sale.


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