This is a 2 year old stud colt that has never been halter broke and rarely been touched. A guy down the road from me called and wanted me to get them going for him and this was a good chance to make a little video for YouTube and my website to show just a little insight into halter breaking when it's done without roping them, choking them down etc. and also to show that age or background doesn't matter.
A guy that lives down the road me owns him and we're in Brundidge, AL. Yes he is very nice to look at and I found out he can really move. I told that guy that I want to see this horse go and do something because he has a reputation of just never getting around to doing anything with his horses haha.
That was very good. I like how you didn't use a $50 stick and run him endlessly around a magical round pen. Most people don't change directions on thier horses often enough in the round pen in my opinion.
Just a short update video on the continuation of the halter breaking and early ground work and handling process. This video also features a 2 year old palomino filly, that is absolutely beautiful by the way.