This week we find out about Shetland Pony Nottingham’s Vet Visit.
Nottingham had a small cut just above his hoof, when he came in for breakfast one morning. We decided to organise a vet visit to make sure he was going to be OK.
Vet visit for Nottingham
The vet needed to put in a stitch to help the cut heal and so Nottingham had to have some medicine to make him sleepy for his treatment. He was a very good pony and has now got a big bandage on his leg to protect the cut.
Stable rest for a Shetland Pony
Now Nottingham has to rest in the nice clean stable for a few days to let his leg heal up. The children can visit him there and give him lots of nice hay and clean water until it is better. Get well soon Nottingham!
Book your pony fun for the end of the summer holidays now
There are a few more places available for pony riding fun before the children go back to school.
- On 1 September there are a few Camp Days available to book, when the theme will be Vet’s Day.
- We also have some extra 45 min Starter Rides over the coming days.
- There are some 2 hour Own a Pony Experiences available to book soon and on Bank Holiday Monday 31 August.
Check our live booking system regularly to see the extra availability we have, or contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New minimum riding age of 4
Shetland Pony Club is proud to be one of the first riding schools in the country to be awarded the Association of British Riding Schools Certification for COVID-19 Safe Working Practices. Having risk-assessed our riding in the light of the government guidelines, we have changed the age for riding to a minimum of 4 years old, until further notice.
For children aged 2.5 – 4, we hope to be able to resume riding soon. Keep an eye on our weekly email, social media and the website here for more information.
Take care from
The Shetland Pony Club Team and all the Shetland ponies
Contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: email@example.com