‘It’s going to be a great future!’ Adam Henson says goodbye as a beloved farm member departs.


‘It’s going to be a great future!’ Adam Henson says goodbye as a beloved farm member departs.

As he bid farewell to his horse, ADAM HENSON posted an update from his farm today.

Adam Henson, a farming presenter, has revealed how one of his farm animals is preparing to leave his property.

He updated his 37,000 Instagram followers earlier today.

Adam revealed the news by posting a photo of himself hugging his beloved horse Braveheart.

“Farewell, Braveheart!,” the Countryfile host wrote.

“This little guy is currently being weaned from Lexy, after which he’ll be ready to move into his wonderful new home.”

“Once he’s been weaned, he’ll have some time to mature before starting his education in cart pulling, riding, and showing.”

“Here’s some more Braveheart and Lexy news: @cotswoldfarmpark”

Many of Adam’s followers reacted to the news by sending him messages.

“Good luck in your new home, Braveheart,” Winniebywheels wrote.

“Aw, he’s a beauty,” Slatecroftvalais added. “Good luck in his new home.”

Equestrianbusinessawards wrote, “Best of luck, Braveheart! You will be missed.”

Adam then thanked his followers for their responses in the comments section.

“Thanks for your responses!” he added.

“He’s going to have a fantastic future, and I’ll keep you all updated on his activities!”

Adam shared more of Braveheart’s story in a video on his Cotswold Farm Park Instagram account.

“I have some Braveheart news for you,” he said.

“He’s six months old now, and he’s ready to take on the world.”

“You might be wondering why he and Lexy are in the shed with us.

“Well, there’s a lot of work going on in their paddock at the Cotswold Farm Park because we’re preparing for the lights trail.”

“Now, lovely little braveheart here has some good news because we’ve sold him,” Adam continued.

“He’ll be taught to pull a cart and possibly to ride and be shown as well.

“We’ll miss him, but I’d like to extend to all of you my best wishes for a happy and long life with his new owner.”


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