If you are interested in rehoming Reilly, please fill out our rehoming application.
Reilly is a very pretty 18yo 14hh Connemara type gelding. He is lovely natured and loves a cuddle, being taken for walks and being part of the family. He can't be ridden due to an old injury, but is a good doer who is happy, healthy and up to date with teeth and worming.
In his past life he enjoyed lots of activities, and likes it when the yard is busy with plenty going on, though he is also happy to play with his field companions.
He gets on well with other horses and is easy to catch, good to deal with and for the farrier etc.
In cold or wet weather he prefers to come in at night or have access to a field shelter, the rest of the time he prefers being outdoors.
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Requirements for loan homes:
Daily turnout – Although most of our horses prefer to live outdoors all year round, most of them do not mind being stabled at night, but we only rehome to yards who provide daily turnout all year round
Group turnout – Horses are herd animals and need to live with other horses. While most of our horses would not mind being left alone for short periods we do not rehome horses to environments where they will be kept alone for long periods. We rehome youngsters from 1 year upwards, and in most cases, we will only rehome where they will have at least one other youngster to play with (like human children, horses need other youngsters to play with to develop good social skills)
We rehome to most areas of Yorkshire - other locations may be considered depending on circumstances
Youngsters – We only rehome unbroken horses to homes with previous experience of starting and schooling horses
In most cases, we ask for a donation towards costs when loaning a horse from us.
Insurance – except with older horses where vet cover may not be viable, we advise you to have suitable 3rd party liability and vet fees cover as a minimum.
We rehome horses and ponies on a permanent loan basis. We retain ownership and if ever you are unable to keep the horse, he or she can be brought back to us. We are always on hand to provide help and advice if needed.