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11 years
13.2 hh

Say hello to Marcy!

Marcy is ready to find a home as a ridden pony.

Marcy is not located at our Bransby Horses site.

Marcy is looking for a small adult or competent teen who can continue with her education. Marcy is a safe and steady mare to ride, however she has been known to try her luck when being ridden by a more novice rider. Marcy is a fun happy hacker type of mare who would enjoy pleasure rides and is content working in the school. With some further education in schooling, she could become a fun all rounder. Marcy will happily pop a small fence but needs more education in this area.

She is good to handle and will gladly stand for some fuss and attention. She takes most things in her stride and is an easy-going girl. She needs to always have sight of other equines as she can become worried when on her own. Marcy has a history of lamintiis and suffers from the typical cob trait of mallanders; both of which will need appropriate management to ensure she remains happy and healthy.

*Marcy has a maximum rider weight limit of 10 stone/ 63kg.*

More information:

Description – Marcy is an 11 year old, 13.2hh, black, cob mare.   

Stabling/Shelter – Marcy can live out 24/7 with access to a shelter and is happy to stable when needed. Her current routine is to be turned out in the day and stabled overnight. 

Forage/Feed –   Marcy is not on any hard feed and is on restricted grazing. Due to her breed, she will need appropriate weight management to ensure she remains a healthy weight. 

Feet – Marcy is bare foot and trimmed 6-8 weekly. She is good for the farrier. 

Companionship –  Marcy is currently living happily with one other mare. She is a dominant girl in the herd.  

Clipping –  Marcy is good to be clipped however she needs to be sedated to have her legs clipped. 

Dentist – Sedated as standard Bransby Horses procedure. 

Rugs – Marcy does not need to be rugged. 

Vet – Marcy has a history of laminitis and has mallanders on both front legs. 

Can the equine be mounted unaided? – Yes

Are the aids for walk, trot and canter established? – Yes. 

Does the equine move off the leg?- Yes

Can the equine complete basic school movements and transitions? – Yes. Marcy is green and can be heavy in the hands. She would benefit from further education to become lighter and to move with more impulsion. 

Will the equine hack out confidently in company and alone? –  Yes

Is the equine good in traffic?   Yes

What experience does the equine have of jumping? Marcy will happily pop a small fence but needs more education in this area. With a novice rider she has been seen to go around the fence rather than over it.

What experience does the equine have of competitions/ pleasure rides/ events? N/A