Meet Pip

Pip arrived at HorseWorld in 2020 in a group of 15 cobs after being rescued as part of a multicharity seizure. She received all the care and treatment that she needed and made a full recovery. Pip did take a while to build her strength and required a supplement to support her digestive health for a time. Her hindquarters were initially weak and poorly muscled but since being at HorseWorld she has developed into a strong little cob.

Pip is still a youngster and can be over friendly, not yet understanding personal space, so she will require an experienced home and a confident handler that can work on teaching her respect of boundaries. Pip is physically strong so would be suited to an adult home or a young handler that would have the support of an adult.

Pip has been slowly introduced to groundwork training and is at the very beginning of her education. She has been introduced to the roundpen, leading around our site and pole exercises, which she has taken to nicely. Having a training plan has greatly benefited her behaviour. She would be a great project to bring on and with the right time and education, has the potential to be a ridden pony.

Pip happily lives out 24/7 in a mixed herd, she has lived with mares and geldings of all ages and sizes. Pip does test the electric fencing set up so would need a home where there is robust fencing. Pip is excellent to stable and really enjoys coming in and getting attention, she also doesn’t mind being left alone for periods of time so she would also be a great companion to a riding horse that would go out occasionally.

Pip is a sweet girl with potential and is now ready to flourish in a forever loving home.

All about Pip

  • 01.05.20
  • Small Cob
  • Female
  • Grey
  • 12.2hh
  • Youngster With Potential
  • Available

Loan fee for Pip is £100