I have had Roscoe for 5 years now. I traded him for a kid's pool. Roscoe was skin and bone. He had a blue halter really tight on his head, and when I took it off, his face had indentions, and his hair was all rubbed off. Now, his hair is back, but it's gray where the halter rubbed his face. He is also happy and probably fatter than he should be.
He was also claimed to be a gelding. But I noticed something wasn't right and I took him to the vet. The vet pulled Roscoe's male parts out of his buttox where the owners stuffed them to say he was a gelding! That was so sick! How could people do that?
Anyway, bless his little heart, we had him gelded so he never had to worry about anything like that ever happening again.
Roscoe to this day, hates being caught. I usually just catch him with a lead rope around his neck. He has never offered to bite, kick, rear, or do anything to harm me or anybody. He did buck off my lil bro when he got on his back. But it was a little crow hop deal. No biggie. Roscoe spends his time getting attention from little kids that come over and he gets fed lot's of yummy treats. I also taught him how to shake and turn in a circle. XD
I also don't have any footage yet, but he will play with my 15.3 hh gelding. My gelding will get down on his front knees and they will play together! Roscoe is like a father to him, because we got my gelding when he was 2, and liked to play still. It's funny because he never hurts Roscoe, never. He must know that he's smaller and not as strong.