Robin, a chestnut yearling based at the RSPCA’s Lockwood Centre, is looking for a forever home.
The 11.3hh Welsh pony, who is expected to reach 13hh when he’s fully grown, first came into the RSPCA’s care after he was found by police.
Robin, along with several other horses and livestock, was found in a badly neglected state and had to be removed immediately from where he was found. As a result of his upbringing, Robin was wild and completely unhandled.
Thanks to the efforts of the RSPCA, Robin has come a long way in a short space of time. He’s gained a lot of confidence and is now happy to be caught, lead, tied up and groomed. His favourite thing to do is play with his friends in the field and sleep in the sunshine, but also has been known to explore an obstacle course with great enthusiasm.
Robin is now on the lookout for a new home and the RSPCA say his owner will need to be patient and experienced in order to give him the confidence he needs and bring him out of his shell.
To find out more about Robin, visit the RSPCA website for further details.