Pony Grooming - Fri 19th July

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Time: 10.30am

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Spend some quality time with our mini ponies, Bandit and Bob - they both love a good pamper session and can't wait to meet you! During this experience, you’ll learn about pony care and give them a good pamper - they both love a treat too. The session takes around 20-30 minutes, this will also include a Health & Safety talk at the beginning with plenty of time left at the end for those memorable photo opportunities, cuddles and pony selfies.

Please remember to check in for this experience at The Farmers Barn a few minutes before you're due to start. 

What you need to know: 

  • Only the people who have purchased a ticket will be allowed into the experience pen with the ponies. 
  • The experience takes around 20 - 30 minutes  
  • This experience is suited to Children over the age of 4 - however should you wish to bring younger children they are welcome but you may prefer to keep them picked up when around the ponies.  
  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult who has also purchased a ticket. 
  • These experiences are small and unique - there will be no more than 4 people per session. 
  • We do not allow strollers in the pen. 
  • The experience takes place outdoors so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
  • Our ponies are both very friendly, however sometimes animals can be unpredictable and you must be careful when up close. Please be respectfully and listen to the farmers at all times.
  • Disclaimer: Blacker Hall Farm will not be held responsible for any damage to clothing, footwear or personal belongings or for any injuries sustained whilst visiting The Little Farmers Trail.

Please note: All animals, especially farm animals carry bugs which can be passed to humans, it's very important then after you have finished grooming and petting you remember to wash your hands. There is a hand wash with hot running water on the exit to our Little Farmers Trail and in The Farmers Barn. Find our more guidance on visiting farms here >>> 

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