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Molly is an 8 year old mare, d-pony of approximately 1.38 officially measured. Molly is now in the paddock during the day and in the stable at night. As soon as it is grazing season, she goes out to the meadow for 24 hours. Our daughter wants to make the transition to a larger horse, which is why it is with pain in our hearts that we want Molly to go to a good home. Molly is a pony with potential, and very good-looking! Our daughter (just 10) has been riding Molly since last February and can do everything with her independently, such as washing, riding loose, etc. She has a beautiful build and a slightly blacker coat at times. Furthermore, Molly is sweet and good to handle, easy to drive and has been in the trailer more often. Fearful novice riders will not be suitable for Molly, prefer a slightly more experienced rider. We hear several times that Molly is really a pony with a lot of potential. Molly has a chip, passport, has recently been to the dentist, has been dewormed and has been to the farrier.  In consultation, the good (Euroriding) saddle, saddle pads, Amigo fly rug, winter rugs of different weights Bucas, halter, bridle, and any other accessories that belong to Molly can be taken over! If you have any questions, and of course serious interest, we would like to hear from you by message


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