Snetterton horse rescue centre seeks kind home for gentle Ted

Ted originally came into our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton in 2007 after he was abandoned by his owner and left to fend for himself.

He has been rehomed previously but was recently returned when his companion had to be put to sleep leaving Ted alone.

Ted is a 14-year-old 11.3hh chestnut gelding who is a very special little pony who makes a wonderful non-ridden companion. He socialises well with all ages and his friendly and exceptionally kind and gentle nature always places him at the bottom of the pecking order. Ted is very sensible and he can be left on his own for short periods of time.

He is an extremely polite and well-mannered pony and an absolute delight to handle in every way. He has been diagnosed with Cushings but this is contolled with medication. It is essential Ted remains on a daily tablet for the rest of his life and this extra cost must be taken into consideration by his rehomer. However, we feel it is well worth the price for such an adorable little chap! Ted is a bright and happy pony with a real sense of fun and he is sure to be loved wherever he goes.

If you are interested in rehoming Ted 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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