Adopt A Pony – Your Enquiry is Received

Thanks for your Enquiry 

Check your email, we've just sent you the pricing information.  If it's all sounding good still (and it will, you'll be pleasantly surprised with our prices), simply reply back to book in a time to see one of the ponies.

 In the mean time, here's some more things you might like to know about the Adopt A Pony Program 

Ponies for Parties

What You Don’t Have To Do

  • You don’t have to feed and wait around till your pony finishes its feed each night like other responsible horse owners – I’ll do that.
  • You don’t have to take rugs off in the mornings and put them back on at night – my job.
  • You don’t have to take time out of your day to be at the agistment when your pony needs his feet trimmed or if he needs a vet in attendance – That’s my responsibility.
  • You won’t be required to clean out pony poo from paddocks – we have that side of pony ownership covered

What You Do have To Do

  • You’ll have to catch your pony when you want to see it.
  • Groom
  • Saddle up
  • Go for a ride – lead your child on the pony and stay with your child during the time you’re here (unless they are independent riders)
  • Unsaddle, put your tack away, groom your pony again.
  • Mix up a small ‘thank you’ feed
  • Take your pony back to the paddock
  • Put any other equipment that you used (bucket, grooming) away.
  • Clean up any droppings from the tie up area.

And If you’re a complete newbie to horses or ponies, no problem, I will teach you what you need to do to give you the confidence.

Michelle Patterson

I look forward to meeting you very soon

Regards,

Michelle