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  • Arabian colt when to geld

 
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    05-08-2009, 04:11 PM
  #1
Foal
Yearling Arabian Colt

Yearling Colt
Mother was NSH (1/2 Arabian, 1/2 Saddlebred)
Sire is full-blood registered Arabian

He has four white socks, and a full blaze. He is shedding out to be a very light bay.

I took new pictures the other day, I will post them to this thread if anyone is interested.

I bought him at 8 months of age at end of January/beginning of February.
He was skinny, and very underfed. He needed a lot of care.
He is up to date on all shots now, and is finally looking/feeling much better.
He is going to be a really great horse, and I have confidence he'll be able to go in any direction you want to take him.

Will be a year next month, June 11th.
I have started groundwork with him. He knows how to lead, lunge, tie, and pick up his feet.
He is very quiet, and very obedient, especially for still being a Colt.

I plan on starting to sack him out & do lots of roundpen work with him starting this month.

I was going to Geld him, but he hadn't dropped yet, and the weather is warming up now. Flies are coming. So I am going to wait until Fall to geld him, when the flies start to disappear again. I don't want to run any risk of infection.

I am open to ALL offers. I am located in Northeast Ohio.
I am open to Trades as well.

I am in no hurry to sell/trade him. I do really like him, and think he's going to make a really great horse. Just thought I'd put him out there and see what interest he peaks.
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    05-11-2009, 05:57 PM
  #2
Weanling
Just curious (i would be interested but I have one too many horses as it is :( ) but why are you selling him?
     
    06-01-2009, 04:37 PM
  #3
Foal
I am bumping this, because I am now offering him FREE, to a good home only.

He must be gone in two weeks, we are moving back to Oklahoma from Ohio.
I can not take him with me, unfortunately. So a good home is a MUST.
     
    06-01-2009, 05:48 PM
  #4
Started
Do you have any pictures? Has he been gelded?
     
    06-02-2009, 01:57 PM
  #5
Foal
He hasn't been gelded yet, and it is only because when I got him several months ago, when the weather was cooler, he had not dropped yet.
Now it is starting to get warm and muggy here, and the flies/bugs are starting to emerge. I was going to wait until Fall now, if I kept him, just because I don't want to run any risk of him getting an infection.

I will get some new pictures of him tonight, it has been a while since I've taken recent ones. I will post them tonight for you. :)
     

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