Well we have the stallion home now---he is so gentle for a stallion its amazing--I know I know we still keep our guard up around him! The trainer actual took him for his first ride last night--He did pretty well for the first time, he did buck once but that was all. He still has his wolf teeth so the vet will be removing them on the 20th, he also has a wart or Sarcoid in his ear that will be removed at that time too--as he will get his Sheath cleaned Here is a pic from last night--kinda dark I know. I thought I had lightened them but guess not. I will take some more pics later. Have had no issue at all we can bring him in the barn while the mares are in there and groom him and he will stand without a problem. Our new mare Sweetie is in LOVE with him --although she is not showing any signs of heat yet but she likes to nuzzle him over the gate. The pregnant mare has many nasty words for him Anyway so far things are going great--the trainer is going to bring him to a shaggy show on April `15th(unfortunatly I will be in Florida) and if he's ok she may show him in a couple events
Wow! Thats great! I'm glad to hear that everything is going fine over there!
"In the steady gaze of the horse shines a silent eloquence that speaks of love and loyalty, strength and courage. It is the window that reveals to us how willing is his spirit, how generous his heart."
"The horse, gives you the freedom from all life's challenges." H.Z.
Thank you..............I'd like to see him gain some muscle and I am sure he will now that he is being worked!! The trainer cannot believe how gentle he is...........and the last two years every mare "took" on the first breeding so he is fertile!!!! I also can't wait to see him after he sheds his winter coat--I guess he gets much lighter and you can see his zebra bars