He's doing great! He is now fantastic with his feet, leads really well, stands to be brushed and is used to a saddle pad all over. He's getting better about being approached in the field, and is very good to halter in a small corral, barn or stall.
I've decided to sell him. My love is distance riding and challenging trails. He's built to pull and would be too bulky to keep the speed I want over the distances I go. It would be unfair to ask him to do something he's not suited to.
My barn owner has gotten attached to him and *might* be interested in buying off of me, which would be perfect. I'll keep you updated :) Posted via Mobile Device