She is now being looked after in a field near Hamble – and has already shown a telling ability to escape.
PC Gamblin, who works in Hampshire Constabulary’s Dog Support Unit, added: “She can be a bit of a Houdini and likes to escape, having already managed to slip through two electric fences and some
“But she has not been fazed by it at all though.
“I would say to the person who owns it, please come forward and get your lovely little pony.”
The owner of the pony should contact PC Gamblin on 0845 0454545.
Shetland pony found grazing in Bitterne, Southampton
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