Chloe is a 9 year old 13hh chestnut mare.
Behaviour & Handling – Chloe was backed and brought on in 2014 in her current home. She has experience in most disciplines and is an active member of the local Pony Club. Chloe loves to take part in mounted games as well as regularly enjoying cross country, show jumping and dressage schooling. Chloe is always in the ribbons at cross country and show jumping events and has competed at intro and prelim level dressage and taken part in both non affiliated and affiliated show hunter pony classes. Chloe is good to load and will travel alone or in company. She is also quite happy to be clipped and plaited up. Chloe very much enjoys fuss and attention!
Chloe will hack out alone and in company and is not phased by traffic. She is good to shoe and currently has front shoes only. Chloe tends to loose condition over the winter if she lives out and therefore she will require stabling overnight along with hard feed to keep her weight at an acceptable level. However, in the summer Chloe is a good doer and during these months will need to be kept on restricted grazing.
In her current home Chloe can occasionally nap if ridden in the field near her friends but nothing an experienced rider would be unable to handle. Chloe sometimes takes exception to being caught but this can be handled by offering a bucket of feed or leaving her to be the last to come in from the field! Chloe can also be a little head shy and therefore a calm approach to putting on her headcollar and bridle is best.
Chloe is a pony that needs a confident, firm but sympathetic rider and not suitable for a beginner or as a first pony. With a confident, experienced rider she is a true all rounder. Chloe thrives on work and therefore needs a family who will ride her regularly as she is not the type of pony that suits being ridden once or twice a week.
Chloe has been ridden for the past four years by a young girl but is sadly now outgrown and looking for another fantastic, loving home where can has lots of adventures and attention.
If you are interested in rehoming Chloe please click here to find out more.