Adopting a offtrack TB
I am looking at adopting a four year old TB named Royale who is near 16hh I believe. I loved him!!!!!!! He was a sweetie and was the first horse up, first to throw his head over my shoulder, followed me around, and I want to just stand and pet him, and pet him. He was so skinny when they got him, did not even look like the same horse at all. The people there could tell I liked him, I did not think it was that obvious. He has not been a gelding for long but I do not have a mare so it would not be a problem. I want to learn english and he is built for it, and he aint no scrawny TB he's got muscle a nice butt, good width, he was beautiful. Now he has this like.. oh I guess you'd call it a hump on his back, it was straight(they said) so they said they think he is still growing because he is no longer hurt. Would this be true? I can adopt him for 650, and they are going to get on him, and I will be able to do so as well. I'm not rushing into this as I've looked at a lot of horses, and he... well I was walking around looking at others there as well but my mind kept drifting back to him. I have started horses myself, and got a quiet two year old that my friend will be riding on trails after she gets lessons, so I am sure I can do this, and will be able to get help if I need it.