It’s an exciting day at The Ranch because our new Shetland pony, Snowdrop, is arriving.
Snowdrop is a small, white Shetland pony, properly described as a grey pony. He is 9 years old and very little at just 33 inches high.
What happens when a new Shetland pony arrives?
When a new Shetland pony arrives at The Ranch it’s important to let him settle after his journey and he has to stay in the stable until the vet has checked all his vaccinations.
Then it is time to meet his new friends at Shetland Pony Club. Introducing a new Shetland pony has to be done carefully, as they may squabble at first.
Find out which of our ponies wants to be his friend and who doesn’t.
Summer Holidays Booking Update
There is just one week of Summer Pony Camp left:
- Monday 19 August – Vet Day – nearly full
- Tuesday 20 August – nearly full
- Wednesday 21 August – spaces
- Thursday 22 August – spaces
Summer pony camp days and weeks – enjoy the whole day with your favourite Shetland pony. Learn to ride him, look after him and enjoy being with him, all day long. 9.30am – 4pm, summer holidays only. Age 5+. £125 per day or £500 per week.
Pony Mornings are fully booked during the week of 12 August
Last Pony Mornings of the summer are on:
- Tuesday 27 August – fully booked
- Wednesday 28 August – spaces
- Thursday 29 August – spaces
Pony Mornings – are 2 hours long and are delightful early riding and learning experiences for children from age 4 years old. Children enjoy both riding and pony care. They cost £55 per child.
Starter Rides – are 45 minutes long and specially designed first riding experiences for children from age 2½ years old. They cost £40 per child.
Any questions? Do contact Liz in the office for more help on: 07734 950309 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Ponies…Big Dreams from
Rosemary, Liz and all the ponies and the Team at Shetland Pony Club