He is indeed gelded and shows no aggression. He's a well behaved little boy for only being 10 months old, but accidents can happen if they give him a treat wrong or spook him or something. I would honestly be more concerned about the other horses hurting someone than him. With him, I'm more worried about them hurting HIM.
I think I'll go ahead and put up signs on his paddock fence. Not sure how I would do it, but it needs to be done. If the BO or BM says anything, I'll just say I'm saving them a potential hassle in the future.
Haha, thank you Maple! He is one big cutie patootie, that's for sure. Although I may be a little biased. :)
Good advice, Chevaux. As I board at a facility, I don't think I'll be able to alter/add to the fencing in any way. I think signs would be the best route, something along the lines of "Please do not pet/feed horse. We are not liable for any injuries" or something like that.
There on the tips of fair fresh flowers feedeth he; How joyous his neigh,
there in the midst of sacred pollen hidden, all hidden he; how joyous his neigh