Since he was abused there were so many things I thought I would never be able to do with him but he has proved me wrong. I can let him out of the pasture halter-less and he'll stay in the boundaries, I can put kids on him (I lead him), my mom rode him on her own shortly after having open heart surgery, I can walk behind him, crawl under him, wrap things around his legs (for desensitizing purposes), etc. He stands tied, loads, saddles, and picks his feet up.
He still has his faults, but for the most part he is an AWESOME horse. I'm moving at the end of June and I will finally be able to have him on my property and be able to see him everyday.
I also have several other animals coming with me, which are 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 goats, 4 mice, and 1 rabbit.
I'm looking forward to meeting some other horse people on here and hopefully y'all won't mind me bragging about my horse. I'll try and keep it to a minimum.