Rescue centre in Snetterton seeks home for cheeky Oslo
Oslo is being cared for at World Horse Welfare's Hall Farm in Snetterton.
He is 11.3hh and is a piebald Cob who can live out all year with shelter but doesn't need a rug.
The one-year-old colt is a cheeky little pony who is always curious to see what is happening. He loves playing with his young companions but is very sensible for his age and is usually well-behaved.
He loves lots of fuss and attention and has the potential to make a delightful ridden pony in a few years when he is more mature.
At the moment, Oslo can be rehomed as a companion with the potential to be broken in as a ridden pony.
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If you are interested in rehoming Oslo, or would like to know more about our other horses and ponies which are ready to be rehomed, please visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming, call Hall Farm on 01953 499100 or you can come and chat to a member of staff at the farm between 10am and 4pm any Wednesday, weekend or Bank Holiday.
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