So you're going to see him then
That pic of him on the other thread standing outside the Pizza place says a lot for his temperament as its on a busy road and lots of stuff going on around there
Just don't get rushed into anything and give him a really good try - then if he seems OK get him checked out by a vet - even the nicest seeming people aren't above sedating horses or giving them pain killers to hide problems
I am leaning toward this guy since he is actually saddle trained. I wasn't as nervous about going to see him, but now that my friend can't come along I am worried I will miss an obvious issue.
She is doing a health cert. Tomorrow as well as coggins in case he leaves her farm- is that a good sign that she is having that done? (Aka- she is confident he is healthy)?
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