But it is our understanding that at his age he would still behave as a stallion, where he would desire to mount mares.
If so, it wouldn't do the buyer any good to get stallion behavior thinking they are buying a gelding.
And this horse is well proven for throwing great foals
This horse is a great trail horse, and if we could ride him next to any and every mare with no issues we'd keep him as a trail horse instead of sale, but we have too many breeding horses and rather have more solid trail horses to ride with any other horse.
I agree he deserves a good retirement, but here he doesn't do anything. Just stands around alone and eats hay. We thought maybe someone might want to breed him still or ride him or just have a pet to brush and baby.
We all work full time so we don't have time to do anything with him and he can't graze with the other horses because he is a stallion. So, here we are...