My plans for him are to fatten him up figure out what is causing the head tossing, trail ride with him this summer and possibly sell him and put the money towards my dream horse (If I ever find him).
Even though he isn't conformationally what you're looking for, you may have found him
He is a cutie
What a great story for Music. Sounds like he knows a lot and is well trained - just ended up in place that has no business owning horses.
This is a bit OT but, a lady on my local forum volunteers for a 501(3)c horse rescue. She and her 13 yr old son pulled two young horses out of two feet of muck on Sunday. There were six horses involved but the woman had moved the other four to the neighbors which is a different address. That meant they couldn't be confiscated because the warrant was only for the address where the two young horses were.
To reiterate, the two young horses were so weak they were stuck in the deep muck, elst they'd've been next door, as well
I could never be involved in rescues because I would be in prison -not the county lock-up - prison. I would not be able to sit on my hands while some nitwit nutcase was screaming in my face there was nothing wrong with their horses.
Many kudos to you for taking this fella and good job getting the papers. I did that with my Arab many years ago. The lady that was starving him refused until I said I'd be happy to turn her prim & proper suburbia self in, if she didn't hand his papers over. Whoa! Embarassed in front of her neighbors! Can't be having that
Turned out Streeter is old Polish-bred Arab Royalty