Originally Posted by Tnavas
Congratulations - it's nervewrackingly fun doing the inhand classes. He looks lovely. It really is hard getting a youngster just right for the ring. You think you have them there and then woosh the bum grows a hand overnight and they look weird. Some of them you look at and winder why you ever boought them then they get over the gangly stage and blossom.
Showing in hand is a great way to introduce youngsters to the outside world. All mine go to shows and when they eventually go under saddle there are no tantrums.
Have you plans for more shows
Our next breed show will be in May :) Hopefully we will be doing a couple under saddle classes as well. This was only his second show. I am hoping to maybe have a schooling show or two this winter before the App show, but we will see how things go.
He was not bred to do Halter, but I think it is a great experience for young horses to get used to showing and being in the ring. :)