Rosie can be nervous until she settles and gets to know her handlers, we have no trouble on our yard with catching, leading, tying up, grooming or picking out her hooves.
Like most native types, Rosie need restricted grazing and management to prevent laminitis and weight gain. Rosie’s life revolves around food! She just looks at grass and gains weight. We have started her on a weight loss program walking her out daily and soaking her hay. She has done great so far and we would love for someone to take Rosie on and continue the progress she has made.
Rosie can be a bossy little pony so would be better suited to a companion who doesn’t mind being second in command. This is not to say that she is a bully but she does like to have first refusal wherever food is concerned and doesn’t like to share.
Rosie is good with electric fencing and could live in or out depending on the yard routine. On the whole Rosie isn’t a trouble on the yard and would suit a quiet life with another pony.
Rosie would suit a quiet life as a companion pony in with a mare or gelding. She keeps to herself and is generally good to do. If you can offer Rosie, or a pony like her, a home please get in touch! More photos and videos are available upon request.
Phone 07939 198519 or email [email protected]
How it works…
Hope Pastures horses and ponies are available on a permanent loan basis with a loan agreement in place.
If you see a horse/pony you like, and feel you can offer them a loving and experienced home, please complete the loan application form
Rosie can be viewed on site in Leeds, LS16 and re-homed anywhere in the Yorkshire area.
To avoid disappointment before applying please take a moment to read our minimum requirements. Re-homing fee’s apply