Snetterton horse rescue centre seeks kind home for sweet-natured Sharny
Sharny is a 14.2hh bay mare who is being cared for at our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton.
In July 2008, Sharny was found close to death and collapsed in a field. Literally skin and bones, she spent several weeks in a sling as she was too weak to stand. Her owner was successfully prosecuted by the RSPCA.
The 11-year-old Welsh Cross really is a survivor as she is in an amazing condition today.
Sharny is a sensitive mare who is well-tuned-in to human moods and intentions and she needs to build trust in her handler. She is a sweet-natured pony who blossoms in a one-to-one relationship in a small, quiet yard. She mixes well with others although initially she may be protective of her food and water. This is hardly surprising given her past and she will settle when she finds the right home.
If you are interested in rehoming Sharny, please call Hall Farm on 01953 499100 or you can visit the farm between 10am and 4pm any Wednesday, weekend or Bank Holiday.
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For more information about Sharny as well as all of our other horses and ponies that are ready to be rehomed, please visit our website at www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming
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