Ok, so a while ago I posted about my horse Trigger tearing his coffin bone. He is doing MMMUUCCCHHH better now, and his hoof is growing about two times faster than they thought it would. So, for the past bit I actually got to focus on getting him to look like an actual horse again.
Lemme give you background first. Trigger is a rescue. We got him and his half brother Tee from a farmer. I don't exactly blame the farmer for neglecting him, because I don't believe he knew any better. I wish I had better pictures, but I will try to get some confo shots tomorrow(although let's be honest, he will never be halter horse material)
^ ^ The first day we brought him home. We put a temp. pasture for him to get accustomed to the place.
And here are some of him now. Like I said, all of these are bad quality pictures. I am taking my mom's camera out there tomorrow and going to try to get him actually standing. :P But, he can only be out of the stall when he is tied up or on a lead line and we let him eat in the pasture.
And then just in case you were wondering what a torn coffin bone looks like, here is a picture.
So, overall, he is has put on about 200 pounds or so since we've had him. And right now, I am not looking on VERY specific critiques. I know he has little to no muscle, but let's remember that he has three workable hooves right now. I do walk him daily, but he definately needs more training before we can get into anything serious.