Troubadour is doing FANTASTIC in his training! I've taken him out every warm day I'm available to do so and have been exposing him to all sorts of "scary" things - saddle blankets, a saddle, the kids on bikes (because being told to "stay away from the horses" means "get as close to them as you can"). He is slowly calming down and being a gentleman. With the exception of him knocking the saddle over and scaring himself silly, he doesn't seem concerned with much.
He's shedding out his winter coat, and is currently a fluffy white horse with sorrel legs and neck. His last mama said he roans out in the summer, so hopefully, once the rest of his furries are gone, I can get some good pictures.
Is there a way to tell what percentage Brabant he is? His grandpa (CHR Rocky) I believe is 100% (found on the rural heritage website); but I can't find anything about his other relatives? Is there a way to tell, or is that a blood-test?