Romeo is looking for love, and British charity World Horse Welfare is hoping a suitable suitor may be emerge this Valentine’s Day.
Romeo is on the search for his Juliet, having been on the charity’s rehoming scheme since September 2015.
He came to the charity’s Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre as part of a group of 11 ponies, all of whom were unhandled and in need of care.
The charity said that while be can be a little timid and takes his time to trust people, his curiosity usually wins out and once he finds his perfect partner, he will be their best friend for life.
Romeo stands at 12 hands and is seven years old. He is looking for a home as a non-ridden companion and will be best suited to an experienced rehomer who can help continue his education.
“Romeo is a very sweet little pony that will make a wonderful addition to any family,” the centre manager at Glenda Spooner Farm, Claire Phillips, said.
“Not only does he have a kind and honest personality, he’s also got the handsome good looks and loyalty of Shakespeare’s famous romantic hero!”
Romeo is just one of many equines on World Horse Welfare’s rehoming scheme looking for their perfect partners.
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