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Unfortunately we have to look for a new place for our sweet pony Fellow.
Fellow is a Wesh B pony of 9 years old and 1.22 mtr high.
It is a very sweet pony. Children can clean, wash and take it to and from the paddock/meadow themselves.
My 8 year old son learned to ride him when he was 6. Then he walked on the lunge line. He has been riding loose at walk and trot for a year now. My son still finds a canter difficult, so I often let him canter on the lunge line. clockwise he often goes out. He also went into the woods a few times next to my fries. The last time they ran completely loose and even cantered a few pieces. He has also regularly been along the road, through the village and over the dike. He finds tractors and motorcycles scary, but if you grab him then it goes well. My son has also made a low jump with him and has ridden a bixie competition.
Unfortunately, my son only wants 1 time in the drive for a week and then only if he has private lessons in the box. I notice that this is not enough for Fellow and he would like to work more often. It is a forward pony that likes to walk. Guess that's why he's not suitable as a first pony.
At the moment he is lunged 3 times a week on the double lunge and I work with him on the long lines. I think he is also very suitable as a driving pony. He doesn't know this yet.

Fellow is familiar with the trailer and travels very well, even alone. He is good at the vet and farrier.
He is not very good at grass. That makes him itchy. Here he stands for about one and a half hours a day on the meadow and further on in the paddock. 
I am looking for a house where he spends a lot of time outside and gets all the attention it deserves. He has not had such good experiences with the previous owner. So I'm really looking for a loving home for him.

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