Originally Posted by Speed Racer
Now that he's back to good health, you may be seeing his true temperament. Where did you get him? If you bought him at auction, there might have been a reason he was there other than just because someone couldn't afford him any longer.
Animals that are sick and/or underweight don't have any fight in them. Once they're back up to a healthy weight, their real personalities come through.
Please don't throw out the abuse card. Unless you know it with absolute certainty because you saw the abuse yourself, there's very little validity to that type of claim. There are many reasons he could be acting the way he does, and none of them are because of abuse.
Its things weve beentold by previious owners I wouldnt just throw the abuse card around, he's scared of certian things and. For one his face like he's been hit or something, we got him from a man who buys and sells horses. They were nice people. And he's a sweet horse he just trys to get the best of people, and I know that and I don't purposely let him get away with things but when it comes to my safety or letting him get by id rather choose to not get kicked in the head or ran over.