Join Rosemary in this week’s video to learn how to have a well-behaved Shetland Pony.
People are often amazed how well-behaved our ponies are. It’s important that we have suitable ponies for children so they can have a safe and enjoyable time. Here are Rosemary’s top tips on how to have a well-behaved pony:
- Do not overfeed
- Regular exercise
- Suitable companions in their field, so they feel safe and happy in the herd
- Lots of rest and sleep between work
- Kindness, gentleness, and patience, to take the time to teach him properly what you want him to do
- If your pony is not behaving well, he may be uncomfortable and may need to see the Vet or Equine dentist
Watch the video to find out more: how to have a well-behaved Shetland Pony
Book now for May half term 30th May – 5th June:
Starter Rides – back on for 3 year olds! 45 minutes long and are specially designed as first riding experiences for children. £45/ child.
Own a Pony Experiences – are two hours long and are delightful early riding and learning experiences for children from age 4 years old. £65/ child.
Shetland Pony Parties – back on for 3 year olds! Amazing pony parties for children aged 3 -10 years old. Use of a private facility with 6 ponies, creating magical memories for your child’s birthday. One and a half hours – £650 for 10 children. Extra riding children (up to 18), £25 each. Monday 30th May now free- be quick!
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+. £135 per day or £540 per week. Filling up fast!
From Rosemary, the Shetland Pony Club Team and all the Shetland ponies
Contact us on: 07734 950 309 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org