Bacudi (pictured) is a beautiful skewbald mare with a lovely, sensible disposition. 15.1hh Irish Draught cross Bacudi was part of the much publicised Amersham case in 2007, when over 100 horses were found living in appalling conditions. The owner was later successfully prosecuted by the RSPCA. Bacudi has since made a great recovery in the care of World Horse Welfare’s expert team at Hall Farm. She will suit a confident, established rider looking for a horse to mainly hack out. She is six years old and still very green, so she is not suitable for a novice. Bacudi is a sensible mare, although she is forward going and can get quite strong. She is well known for her grumpy face pulling, but she is actually a very sweet and lovable mare! She is generally well mannered providing clear boundaries are set and maintained. The conformation of her front feet makes her unsuitable for jumping, but she is quite capable of light schooling and participating in pleasure rides, ridden showing classes or even some low level dressage for fun.
If you are interested in rehoming Bacudi or would like to see other rescued horses and ponies who are looking for new homes, then visit our website at www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming. You can also contact Hall Farm on 01953 499100. Hall Farm welcomes visitors to meet our friendly horses and ponies between 10am and 4pm on a Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday.
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