Originally Posted by farmpony84
Luckily he was not an evil horse.....
I do not think he is evil, but has the potential to develop "evil" tendencies. Like you mentioned is he very, very smart. He has figured out a way to manipulate people into doing what he wants. He was born a brat, and that I firmly believe. I handled him the first day he arrived at the farm and he was pushy, mouthy, and nasty. All of this could have been corrected with a good solid FIRM foundation. Which he did not receive. He was taught from the first day of his training that HE is in control. His foundation is his own agenda, he out smarted the girl that started him.
Now that I am challenging him, he is lashing out.