Rehome Me: Diamond
Diamond was born at HorseWorld a couple of months after her mother Dazzle had been rescued. Dazzle was one of a group of ponies that were rescued from Wales. All of the group were underweight, unhandled and pregnant when they arrived.
After she was weaned, Diamond was turned away with other youngsters to mature. She has received basic handling but can still find it stressful coming in to the stables. She was quite sharp compared to other youngsters on site and although this year she has started to settle, she would still be classed as a ‘project pony’ and requires someone experienced and patient.
Diamond is a smart little pony but is too small to be backed at HorseWorld. Any potential loaner looking to take on a youngster will need to show they are competent by handling them and also tacking up and doing some ground work with a more established horse here at HorseWorld.
Placement fee: £100