Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
He reminds me of a friend's Peruvian paso gelding that I used to ride in high school. Biggest difference was Charmer was a dark bay. Charmer was a stud until he was 13 and was a fairly successful show horse (locally, at least), but the owner's wife got cancer, so he sold off all his stock so he could spend more time with her. He gave Charmer to a vet tech that I worked with (for free), but she couldn't do anything with him because he hated her for some reason. He loved me, though, so I got to do everything with him (grooming, riding, etc).
His look at the mud is more like "Ewwww! You're making me stand in mud!" (said in a whiney voice)
Do not tell me I can't...because I will show
you that I can.