Say hello to Chrome
Chrome is ready to find her home as a non-ridden companion.
Striking blue eyes, a muzzle as white as snow and a sweet, loving temperament; Chrome is looking to find a perfect partner who can provide her with a solid routine, filled with love and affection where she can truly thrive. Gentle for the most part, in times of worry Chrome can use her strength against you to attempt to flee the source of worry however this is never in malice and these times are very few and far between. Due to this however, we are seeking an experienced handler who will help Chrome through these times of worry and not hold it against her.
Chrome forms strong bonds with her field mates and can become very stressed when they are taken away so she would benefit from a home where she will not be left alone.
Description – Chrome is an 8 year old, 12.2hh, piebald, cob mare.
Stabling/Shelter – She lives out 24/7 with access to a shelter. She will happily stable with other equines in sight.
Companionship – Chrome lives in a herd of mares at present and sits in the middle of the hierarchy. She forms strong bonds with the other horses she lives with and becomes very stressed if they are taken away.
Forage/Feed – No hard feed given and Chrome is on restricted grazing to manage her weight. Should grazing become too sparse, she is supplemented with low-calorie hay.
Rugs – Not needed.
Ailments – Chrome has historically suffered with lameness and currently has simple and easy physio exercises to help keep her mobile and comfortable. She would benefit from a perfect partner willing to continue with these exercises.
Medication – N/A
Vices – Chrome can suffer with separation anxiety when her field mates are taken away from her.
Feet – Barefoot and trimmed 6 weekly. She is good for the farrier.
Dentist – Sedated as standard Bransby Horses procedure.
Vet – Chrome has historically had a heart murmur and developed lameness when starting work under saddle. Since retiring from ridden work her heart murmur has not presented, however some mild lameness has persisted and as such she in on a small dose of bute daily to ensure she is comfortable and remains field sound.
Clip – She is good to clip.