What’s the best way to move a Shetland pony to a new field? Join Rosemary as she shows us how not to do it!
How (not) to move a Shetland pony to a new field
Shetland ponies are known for having lively personalities and enjoying playing and having fun. They can be independent thinkers and don’t always do what we expect them to do.
Moving the herd to a new field with more grass should be easy, but is it?
Shetland Pony Club is aiming to reopen on 29 March 2021
Shetland Pony Club is aiming to reopen on Monday 29 March 2021*. This date is *subject to government coronavirus restrictions still to be confirmed and may be later. Please bear with us as we wait for more detailed information. (updated 22 February 2021).
More 2021 bookings now open
You can now book for:
Summer Pony Camp Days for children from age 5+ can also be booked (£125 per child per day 9.30am – 4pm).
Easter Holidays bookings have not yet been released (pending government guidelines). We hope to bring these to you, including our famous pony Easter Egg Hunts, in the coming days.
Do take a moment to watch this week’s fun video: how (not) to move a Shetland pony to a new field
Take care and stay safe
From Rosemary, the Shetland Pony Club Team and all the Shetland ponies
Contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org