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He’s been mostly ranch and trail ridden. Has been roped off of and has also done some in hand and walk/trot classes for HUS. He’s got a really nice start on him, will turn around, slam on the brakes, and transition through all gaits with ease. Has a lead change, will collect up and be responsive in the bridle and will also neck rein very nicely!
Responsive on his sides and has buttons installed. Open gates, check fences, and take a leisurely ride through the countryside on him. Or push him forward, get him extending, and get up and go if you’d like something that will move out.
Quiet on the road. Load and trailers great.
Easy to catch. Great with the vet and farrier. Nice in the herd, easy keeper. Has front shoes on right now and has always been sound. Stands tied wherever you put him, still for mounting and dismounting. He has a kind and expressive eye, he loves people and his manners are A . Loves playing with the giant ball in the field or while riding him.
He will quietly ride on the group and has a nice forward walk, he will also ride out alone without giving you trouble. He has very nice ground manners and is very respectful. He’s content to go slow on trail rides while following other horses and will pick up and go when you want him to. He will lope off and then settle into a walk immediately after without staying hot or making you feel like you’re holding him back. This gelding wants a job and will work for you everyday. He has a clean bill of health and no issues, as far as, soundness or conformation goes. No maintenance needed. He’s got nice clean legs, flat knees, and good hooves on him.
He’s going to stand out in a crowd and will look good wherever he’s at. No vices. He is friendly, quiet, and kind to be around on the ground.
His owner was 8 mos pregnant riding him and unfortunately is reducing their herd with baby on the way.
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PPE’s welcome at buyers expense