Due to exams and personal reasons my daughter does not have the time at the moment to be riding as often as she would like.
Ronnie is on full livery so no jobs required. and can be flexible with days.
Excellent yard facilities- indoor and outdoor schools, free off-road hacking around the country park and regular dressage competitions
Ronnie is excellent in the stable. Ridden he is in a snaffle bit. He doesn't rear but does very occasionally put in a tiny buck/bunce into a canter. He hasn't done this for a while but used to. He is doing really well in local low-level dressage shows. He can jump but my daughter lacks confidence in this area and he needs someone to give him the confidence. He can be a bit spooky and is quick when he spooks. For this reason he needs a teen with a parent or an adult rider. He has had younger lead rein children on him in the past and has been great but this has not happened enough for me to confidently say he is a good lead rein pony!