he's super handsome. But...after being untouched for so long, I doubt youll be able to get anyone he isnt used to close enough to trim his feet in any certain amount of time. You might get him started with halter breaking, but adding in another person can throw them for a loop. Why not just knock him out and trim those yucky feet up sooner rather than later? It took 6 months before my aunts farrier could touch her stallions feet, and he was halter broke. And ridable.
Why do people ruin such incredible things? With a horse that size, the earlier the better. Going this long without training is unacceptable and purely dangerous. And sad.
Also, when he's knocked out, could you put a halter and lead on him to drag around like some people do with foals/wild mustangs to make him easier to catch?
Does he come up to you in his turnout? Let you get close at all?
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