4 year old Shetland/Miniature Pony Mare
TREW Starlight is the older sister of TREW Jewel.
After negotiations with her owner, she was eventually also surrendered to into our care. Unlike her sister, Starlight is not so timid and will greet you at the gate. She loves her scratches and, like Jewel, loves to sniff your face.
Starlight is also suffering from chronic laminitis and is on fortnightly hoof trims. She also has overgrown hooves which are going to take several months to heal. With time she has the potential to become a fantastic little pony as she just loves to be with people and be involved in anything that is going on.
Star has really come into her own. She just loves human contact and is always the first to greet you. She follows you round the paddock while poo picking, though is inclined to have a good scratch on the wheelbarrow, sending the collected poo all over the floor again!!!
She is now at a stage where she is ready for rehoming and would make a great addition to anyone’s family.
If you would like to become a special friend of Starlight and sponsor her or if you would like to adopt her please send us an email.
March 2012 – Available for Adoption
These two little girls have blossomed. They love nothing better than to run around the paddock, bucking and playing.
Both girls are very friendly and will happily follow you round the paddock and accept cuddles, though Star is much easier to catch than Jewel, who is a little more unsure of what will happen when she is caught, though once she is caught she is happy to do as required.
Their feet have progressed to the point where they are both now available for adoption. They will continue to need restricted diets and regular hoof care.
July 2012 – Star and Jewel have been Adopted
We are extremely pleased to announce that Starlight and Jewel have been adopted into the same loving home!
With very little float experience, both girls travelled fantastically and arrived at their new home calm and relaxed. They were a little hesitant to come off the float, but once in their paddock, they enjoyed a cuddle from their new mum.
Once introductions had been made, the girls decided to explore their new paddock and soon made themselves at home by running round bucking (and farting!)