Jack Brock has more character than you can imagine such a small bundle of fluff could possibly contain! He was born into the world of the Gypsies and rescued as a foal by Mark Brock. I am the proud owner of Jack! We named him Jack Brock as a thank you to Mark who managed to save his bacon! He whinnies to greet me every morning, no doubt asking where his breakfast is! A well travelled pony, who started life in the Cotswolds and now has his main living quarters here in Norfolk. He hangs out with his brother Little Joe a skebald pony, and socialises with racehorses, scruffy terriers and of course us Humans!
Jack often visits The Royal British Legion Nursing Home in Cromer, supporting Alzeimers and Dementia, he also comes into our home when entertaining guests for dinner parties and drinks, he loves attention and thank god he isn’t human! A rather round red headed man with a serious high pitched voice and is always the centre of everything! Nobody would cope?!
Jack is available to entertain your guests too! He makes a fabulous Confetti pony and also a very dapper waiter! With his rather smart English leather bridle and harness along with wicker baskets decorated in cream silk flowers, the baskets can be filled with confetti or bottles of Champagne!
DEMENTIA AWARENESS-Jack loves to visit Dementia care homes and dementia support cafes to help cheer up the patients and volunteers. Jack has raised money for these charities and is a brand ambassador for The East of England CoOp in helping them also raise awareness for Dementia and their campaign “Small things big difference” Please email us via our contact page to see if Jack can visit your Care Home or Dementia support café.