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BHS seeks new homes for rescued ponies

The British Horse Society (BHS) is looking for special homes for two previously rescued ponies as part of their rehoming scheme.

Both Ginny, who has been outgrown, and Oscar, whose long-term owner is suffering from ill health, need a loving new home.

Ginny (pictured), who is currently based in Wiltshire, is a sweet-natured, confidence-giving 11.2hh mare.

Although she is not used to heavy traffic, she shows and travels well.

Excellent to handle, she is an ideal lead-rein pony for beginners.

Oscar, who is in Oxford, has been out of work for the last few months and is looking for a quiet yard and a gradual return to work.

A 14.3hh Cob, about 14 years old, Oscar is forward-going, enjoys jumping and has participated in riding club events. A friendly, sociable horse, he can occasionally be spooky, but never naughty.

If you are interested in taking Ginny and/or Oscar on loan, and would like to know more, contact Emmeline Hannelly, welfare executive, at e.hannelly@bhs.org.uk, tel: 01926 707791, or Lee Hacket, senior welfare executive, at l.hackett@bhs.org.uk, Tel: 01926 707804.

For further information: www.bhs.org.uk.

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