Wow. poor pony! Look at all the pics!
Check his video on youtube.com: http://youtu.be/rdsH8Nz5Hy8
Meet Tom! He is a adorable miniature pony. He is 10 years old and stands 39 inches high. Tom is super sweet. No bite or kicking. He is very broke to ride.
Also great lead line pony for little kids. Or great for children to learn to be around horses.
Tom is a very easy keeper. You can keep him in your back yard!
He is dewormed, teeth are floated recently, UTD on shots and coggins.
Price including pony saddle and bridle: 1350
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I find it SUPER DISAPPOINTING that this young girl chose to do two really crappy things in the video/pic clips from the video...A)rather than putting an APPROPRIATELY SIZED RIDER on him and doing all the riding bareback it initially displays, and later, the saddled riding with the tarp, etc...SHE RODE HIM HERSELF. (and)
B)She stood on his back. I have ZERO DESIRE to restart the "standing on your horse's back" thread here...I'm simply saying she is too heavy AND in terms of physics, too awkwardly shaped (tall above him) to safely do that, EVEN IF it was "just that once, as a sale gimmick".
If I was in the market for a child's pony I would have been 100% SOLD (barring anything untoward found upon vet exam) SIMPLY BASED UPON how well he stood for grooming, how cute his little personality seems, how he willingly trailers (loading and unloading himself...so cute!) & finally he is obviously not too spooky/has been well-desensitized...we saw him with the DOG ON HIS BACK...the multi-tarp shots...that all could've been done w/o oversized (for HIM) rider on his back!
It just bums me out...the girl's herd is so well behaved and healthy looking as is the pony! She has obviously put much effort into her horses. Why not borrow a small child for the riding demos or avoid them entirely until a potential buyer's child came out to try him! Ugh. Too bad. IMO would have been perfect otherwise and I bet they'd have sold that cutie in a week for the fair, IMO, price they are asking. I wonder with the "antics" if he sold, and--if so--to whom would be the better question (likely a non-horsey person who is not worried that she may have ridden him lots and damaged him in some ways, if not only causing him to now require a fair bit of chiropractic work (hopefully at the least!)...
Ah well...such a cute & EXTREMELY WELL-BEHAVED little boy! Wish I had a six year old daughter for him!! :0)