Say hello to Dora
Dora is ready to find a home as a non-ridden companion.
Dora is a beautiful girl inside and out, and is a firm favourite with all who meet her. She adores human attention and is good to do in all ways. Dora is a dominant lady in the herd, and would suit having a friend who won’t challenge her for top spot.
Dora suffers with mild uveitis which is manged with use of a fly mask through the sunny months.
Description – Dora is a 12 year old, 13.1hh, black, cob mare.
Stabling/Shelter – She lives out 24/7 with access to a shelter and will happily stable when needed.
Companionship – Dora is a dominant lady within the herd and would suit a passive companion who will not challenge her for top spot.
Forage/Feed – No hard feed given and restricted grazing to appropriately manage her weight. If grazing becomes sparse, she is supplemented with low calorie hay/barley straw. She is supplemented with an ‘all-in-one’ balancer daily.
Rugs – Not needed.
Vices – N/A
Medication – N/A
Feet – Dora is currently barefoot and trimmed 6-8 weekly. When the ground is hard, she benefits from having bar shoes with leather pads to keep her comfortable.
Dentist – Sedated as standard Bransby Horses procedure.
Vet –Dora suffers from mild uveitis which is managed with use of a UV fly mask in summer.
Dora foaled when she arrived at Bransby Horses in 2019; since then she periodically produces milk however this has been reviewed by the vets and is nothing to be concerned about.
Dora suffers from lameness which is managed with the use of shoes and pads when the ground is hard.