Leyland was part of a large group of feral horses who were rescued in a joint effort by the RSPCA, Redwings, World Horse Welfare and HorseWorld. Unfortunately we cant share any details about the rescue at the moment as it is an ongoing prosecution case.
Thought to be 2 when he came in, and completely wild, he has been one of the most challenging ponies to work with. He was so reactive to people he would go into a blind panic if we even tried to herd him into a different field. Luckily for Leyland his dedicated training spent hours gaining his trust.
He was castrated in March 2017 and since then has settled and continued to improve. He can now receive basic handling and have routine treatments. He should be available for rehoming soon.