Find Me a Family: Can you give Drifter a second chance in life?
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World Horse Welfare Drifter is a two-year-old black cob filly who is looking for a loving new home with an experienced horseperson.
Drifter came into the care of World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre as part of a very large welfare case in November 2013.
She is now ready to find a rehomer who would like to take her on as a project pony.
Drifter, who currently stands at approximately 13hh, is living out with two others and being handled on a daily basis.
She is a very nice pony and is coming on really well but can still have some stubborn moments, so requires an experienced handler.
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As a youngster with the potential to break in to ride when she is mature enough, Drifter is looking for a rehomer who has previous experience of backing and starting young horses.
This lovely young lady will make a wonderful project for an experienced horseperson, so do get in touch with Hall Farm or call 01953 497238 if you think you could offer Drifter a second chance in life.
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If you are interested in rehoming Drifter or would like to see other rescued horses and ponies who are looking for new homes, then please visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming
You can also contact Hall Farm on 01953 499100 for information about visiting. Hall Farm welcomes visitors to meet their friendly horses and ponies between 10am and 4pm on a Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday.