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Key Facts

Pet Type: Horses
Pet Breed: Welsh Section D
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 4 months 2 days
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Advert Details

14.2hh, 15yrs, section D mare for loan, Gateshead area.

Completely flexible with days, NOT a novice ride as is your typical welshy, has been out of work for a while, has done a bit of everything, no under 18’s, reason for loaning her out is that I’m looking for a new project and she enjoys having her routine and doing a bit of work which I won’t be able to give her, looking for someone who can give her lots of love and just enjoy her

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