My sister in law sold her Hanoverian gelding to a girl who was supposedly experienced. Later, the trainer informed SIL that the girl was going to euthanize him (he's like 6 or 7 I think) because he was "dangerous." SIL worked her butt off to get him back and he got light on the front end a couple times the first time she rode him again. She dealt with it and he's great. Sigh, guess the girl was less experienced and more spoiled than originally thought. He's one that has breeding that (I've heard) people were pushing her to keep him as a stallion prospect. Definitely a good looking boy! But almost euthanized because some girl couldn't admit that SHE was the problem and was going to blame him. It happens.