- raised £0.00
- Goal £3,000.00
- Day left 3864 day(s) to end
If you would like to sponsor Bryony, see our sponsor packages below.
Name: Bryony, Born: 1998, Arrived at MRT: 2008, Gender: Mare, Height: 13.1hh, Breed: Mixed breed, Colour: Dun
Hello everyone, I’m Bryony and my favourite foods are hay and treats (polos and apples), yum.
I’m quite small and very dainty with the sweetest little face. I love to go fast, and can usually be found at the front of our rides! My Sharers say I like racing in the stubble fields on the Farm and I hold my tail up high when I’m on the move.
I’m not at all keen on puddles however, and I don’t like loud noises or music so I wear ear protectors that work a treat!
Our physiotherapists say:
Briony is used mainly for children. Briony’s fast pace is used to help raise tone in a rider and to challenge her rider’s balance. She is also very reliable for riders off the lead rein.
Our riders and volunteers say:
“Bryony is my favourite”
“She is funny because she is bouncy”
“The words I think of for Bryony are smooth, kind, bouncing and happy”
Have you ridden Bryony? Tell us what you think – we’ll add your comment to her page! [email protected]
All sponsor packages are for 12 months, and all our wonderful sponsors receive:
A thank you card from their chosen pony, a sponsorship certificate, an A5 photo of their chosen pony.
Pony Pal – Make a single donation of £30. Pony Pals also receive a Pony Magnet of their chosen pony (Pony Pal sign up, click our ‘Donate’ button on this page)
Pony Pal Monthly – Make a regular monthly donation of £5 per month (£60pa). Pony Pal Monthly donors also receive a pony magnet of their chosen pony, and a soft toy pony keyring. (Pony Pal Monthly sign up, click our ‘Monthly Giving’ button on this page)
Family Friends – Make a single donation of £100. Family Friends also receive a goody bag – blue cotton bag, pony magnet, soft toy pony keyring, pen. (Family Friends sign up, click our ‘Donate’ button on this page).
Any questions? Please get in touch to talk with us about how you or your organisation can help – [email protected]