Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Western Australia
Yeah he's definitely overdue for a visit from the farrier. He was unfortunately turned out in a very large paddock and he decided it was more fun to be loose in the paddock then to let me catch him. Have finally got him caught and in a smaller yard now though and the farrier will be out next week.
He was on uneven ground, but it was the closest to level/flat ground I could find on the property.
He has been a paddock ornament for a little while, due to his desire to be a wild pony haha. Have just started his training though, was hoping to do a little in-hand showing with him, although not expecting him to be a champion. Just think it will be a good experience for him, he's pretty nervy. And today I put his first saddle on, so I guess just hoping he will be a good all rounder for a kid in a few years.
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