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Saffey is a dainty, pretty mare with a joy for life and she approaches her work with great enthusiasm.
She arrived at World Horse Welfare’s rehoming centre at Hall Farm, Snetterton, as a welfare concern in 2011, after her owner collected more than 20 horses but did not have the time, money or facilities to care for them properly.
Saffey is a safe and generally sensible pony, although she can be a little sharp and she gets a bit stressed in new situations.
She is unable to do any jumping but she is quite capable of most other activities. She is a keen and forward-going ride who will suit a confident, established child rider (or a small adult) who will keep calm and give Saffey confidence.
Saffey is a lovely, polite lady with a sweet nature and she is easy to handle. She is a gregarious pony who gets on well with her field companions. This brilliant and genuine little mare will be a joy to have around.
If you are interested in rehoming Saffey or would like to see other rescued horses and ponies who are looking for new homes, then visit our website at www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming. You can also contact Hall Farm on 01953 499100 for information about visiting. Hall Farm welcomes visitors to meet our friendly horses and ponies between 10am and 4pm on a Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday.
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