Let’s join in on Creme Brulee the Shetland Pony’s Modelling Day and find out what he needs to do to get ready to look his best for the photographer?
Farriers visit before the Modelling Day
Creme Brulee needs his hooves to be in tip-top shape and really smart, so the farrier is visiting him to give his hooves a special trim up. Trimming hooves is a very skilled job and the farrier has to train for 4 years to learn his trade. Creme Brulee knows that he has to be patient and is very good with his pony pedicure!
Photo shoot for Crème Brulee
Come and see Creme Brulee the Shetland Pony being brushed and washed and all ready for his Modelling Day. He loves being the centre of attention and has a great time at his photoshoot, with lots of gorgeous pictures taken. Well done Crème Brulee!
We have an extra day for pony fun available in week 1 of October Half Term. New Pony Riding Date: Thursday 22 October 2020 – book now
You can enjoy:
Starter Rides – 45 minutes long and are specially designed as first riding experiences for children from age 4* years old (* until further notice for COVID-19 Safe Working Practices) – £40 per child.
Own a Pony Experiences – 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 – £60 per child.
Halloween Pumpkin Rides – Come and enjoy our legendary themed pony treasure hunts for pony-mad witches and wizards. Enjoy 1½ hours of pony riding fun at The Ranch. From age 4 years old – £60 per child. Almost Full.
Summer pony camp days and weeks – enjoy the whole day with your favourite Shetland Pony and learn about how to look after him, as well as to enjoy riding and being with him. 9.30 – 4pm. Summer holidays only – Age 5+. £119 per child
NEW – We have added two extra dates in August for those who have missed out on August Camp Fun.
New Thursday 16th August 2018 (New – spaces)
New Thursday 30th August 2018 (New – spaces)
We have limited availability for Summer Camp days on the following days:
Monday 23rd July
Tuesday 24th July 2018
Thursday 9th August 2018
If you would like to join us on one of our legendary summer camps this year, book online or call Liz in the office on 07734 950 309
The Shetland ponies are back to work and the farriers are in the field. The farriers are the people who look after the ponies’ feet. They are highly skilled. It takes 5 years to learn how to become a farrier.
At Shetland Pony Club the farriers come every seven weeks to trim the ponies’ hooves to keep them in good shape.
Do the ponies mind? Do they run towards or away from the farriers?