Yep. The ranch is a full board facility. Hmmm... the last known owner (last known by me) was a young woman rider... who posted a video of Comanche "jumping" a small ring jump (couple of feet) and was quite proud. I'd not the heart to tell her that he jumps easily over a small sports car or a 4-5 foot fence get to his girlfriends pastures and off of small cliffs in Maine into the sea. Or that he is really as wild and crazy as he really is. A true bulletproof nutcase of a stallion who also loves going through the drive-through at Burger King for hand fed fries from the gals..... fights regularly (and always wins) with any stallion or gelding that offends him other stallions. Been in two such fights on open ground in the saddle... he's also a timber runner...races hell bent for election through deep forests dead-falls...knocking down small tress in the way.... carrying back out huge broken limbs to the pasture for an assist getting them off his back and neck...and it's best to ride with a full-solid trapadero rig almost always. This hoss broke the side of a small barn down...not just kicked out the stall or a few boards...but dislodged the entire wall. His nickname given him by the locals in Georgia is "Bulldozer". A true wild cowboy's hoss in every respect. But I've always thought it best to back away entirely from any stallion once a new owner steps in. But it would be still be quite the stretch of imagination as to the actual logistics of such revenge breeding. It seems to carry human connotation. Yikes.... no shrink am I... just an old hossman.... who talks softly to his hosses.