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Snetterton rescue centre seeks home for Bam Bam

PUBLISHED: 14:53 27 April 2012 | UPDATED: 14:56 27 April 2012

Bam Bam is a four-year-old grey Native who is quick to learn.

Bam Bam is a four-year-old grey Native who is quick to learn.

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Bam Bam was born at World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton after his mother arrived as a welfare case in 2007. She was in poor condition and heavily pregnant.

Bam Bam is a four-year-old grey Native who has recently been broken in at Hall Farm and he is proving to be an absolute star!

He has done some light schooling and even been out for a couple of hacks where he behaved impeccably.

Bam Bam appears to really enjoy his work and approaches everything new with great enthusiasm. He is extremely willing and very quick to learn.

However, as Bam Bam is still so green he will need a confident young rider with some experience.

Bam Bam is such an intelligent and willing pony he could easily learn bad habits as quickly as good ones, so he does need firm boundaries set and adhered to if he is to maintain his excellent manners.

If you are interested in rehoming Bam Bam or you would like to know more about our other fantastic horses ready to be rehomed please visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming, you can call Hall Farm on 01953 499100 or come and chat to staff at Hall Farm any Wednesday, weekend or Bank Holiday between 10am and 4pm.


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