, alwasy nickers when he sees me, friendly, a real sweet if he likes you, suprisingly good w/ kids, curious, brave even when he's kinda scared (he usually moves towards the "scary thing" unless it jumps at him), pretty face, beautiful colors/markings, fast, he's quick on his feet, very responsive to seat/leg cues, soft mouth, really comfortable gaits, and he's pretty green for his age so I get to work with him Bad
- explosive if he feels trapped & gets scared, really nasty biter w/ other horses, gets herd bound easily, bird bones, little hooves, a little head shy, loves to get muddy, and he's pretty green for his age which can be hard Flame Good
- I've had her forever & she taught me a lot about riding & put up with my stupid teenager antics, she's a fuzzy little bear in the winter, pretty bay color w/ high black stockings, pretty markings, she's very sweet if she likes you, great with the little ones (at least on a lead rope), very bombproof overall, and she's still got enough spice to be fun for a good walking trail ride (see below) Bad
- Standoffish when you come to catch her, difficult with back feet (I think its arthitis tho), lazy w/ inexperienced riders, and she trips very badly esp if you are not moving her forward, has actually fallen on top of me about 15 times. This has improved since I started trimming her hooves using NH methods (mustang roll, etc). I wish I would've known this when she was younger...
Overall they are my darlings and I love them way too much