Buckskin Colt - Great to work with.
I bought Swagger with two other miniature horses. All three had very little handling experience and excelled quickly. Swagger has been a very respectful boy from the get go. I was firm with him, but respectful as I had considered keeping him a stallion and manners were a first. He walks with you and is constantly looking for affection. Swagger is not mouthy by any stretch, he will test a new person with a very subtle "wiggle" of his nose on your hand, but a flick to the nose cures this curiosity of his. I started teaching him to ground drive and he's had about two lessons under him, but quickly caught on. He's an incredibly fast learner and a BLAST to work with, unfortunately a new horse requires I sell one. Swagger is NOT gelded, but I planned on doing so. He turns two in May and is not posing any stud-ish behavior, he's very respectful of his handler and tends to be a loner when it comes to other horses. He's UTD on shots and hooves, no coggins as I did not plan to take them anywhere until they got older. Stands well, but could use improvement. I wouldn't classify him as stud material, which is why I planned to geld him. So he is going to make an awesome companion, therapy, or child's horse. I chose not to geld him prior to sale in case someone who was looking for color would be interested. Swagger does have one blue eye and one brown eye. Papers are ready and pictures at hand for registration. Has a mild over-bite which will opt him out of halter, otherwise a nice little gent!
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