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Snetterton horse rescue centre seeks home for sweet little Merry

11:51 10 May 2012

Merry is a two-year-old Welsh cross and is a pretty little pony with a really sweet nature.

Merry is a two-year-old Welsh cross and is a pretty little pony with a really sweet nature.

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Merry came to our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton in October as a welfare concern. Her owner had collected more than 20 horses and didn’t have adequate facilities, the time or money to care for them properly.

Merry is a two-year-old Welsh cross and is a pretty little pony with a really sweet nature. She is very calm and sensible for her age and generally well-mannered and polite.

She is usually easy to handle but still very green, so she will need regular handling to continue her education. Merry has the potential to make an adorable little ridden pony when she has been given the time to mature and develop.

We are looking for a rehomer who is experienced with youngsters and who has broken in horses in the past.

If you are interested in rehoming Merry or would like to find out more about any of the other wonderful horses and ponies we have ready for rehoming, please visit our website at www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming, call Hall Farm on 01953 499100 or you can come and chat to a member of staff at the farm between 10am and 4pm any Wednesday, weekend or Bank Holiday.

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