yep..this is what they said:
"-My husband is a farrier, Mac is absolutley excellent with his feet & yes Mac does trailer ( as a weanling he was trailed from Manitoba to Armstrong) he walks right in.
- Right now we are just finishing developing our farm, so we have no pasture, therefore I make sure all our Shires have a lot of hay. Mac gets 6 big flakes of hay per day ( 2 morning, afternoon & evening) I feed him a coffee can of complete pellets, Dr. Reeds supplements, ground flax, & 4 cups of beet pulp twice a day.
-Mac gets along with everyone (he is not a dominent horse) he has been in with our mini. The other 2 Shires he is in with now really herd him around. If you want my personal opinion...I do not think you will need any proffesional help with him, your aunt sounds fantastic, he is a horse you could grow with. You could use him for absolutley anything you want, he has a lot of class. You do not need to be an aggresive rider to own a Shire, they are absolutley to die for...once you ride & own a Shire trust me, you will never want another breed! The best thing for you to do if you are serious about Mac, is to come & meet him in person. You will find all the ? you asked answered. The only reason we are offering him for sale @ this time is we have another stallion coming from Indiana & I need to make room . Once the spring comes & my husband ads onto our barn if Mac has not sold he will be staying."
He knows when you're happy He knows when you're comfortable He knows when you're confident And he always knows when you have carrots.