Oreo

Six year old Oreo has been with us for well over a year now and has made friends with the herd, inventing a new game of “tossing the poo bags and scattering the contents!”

He enjoys clowning around with the other ponies, but seems content to remain at the bottom of the pecking order when coming in for breakfast.

He enjoys his work as an RDA pony and as he is fairly small (14.2hh) and of a finer build than most of the ponies, he is particularly suited to the smaller riders.  He is an intelligent pony who is willing to learn and respond to instruction in the arena and also enjoys being hacked out whenever possible.  Oreo’s glossy black coat is much admired although he prefers to be groomed by only one person at a time.

Oreo was bought with money donated by The Wooden Spoon, the Scottish Rugby Charity.

Born: 2012

Height: 14.2hh

Arrived at Ravelrig: 2017

Oreo has been adopted by

  • Finn Burnside
  • Alisha Dickson
  • Avril Daly
  • Beinn Petrie
  • Emelia Lecki

Would you like to adopt Oreo?

You can Click here to download an application form, or visit our shop.  It’s just £30 a year. Find out what is involved in adoption here.

If you would prefer to donate more and sponsor Oreo click here for more information.

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