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Older Gelding, TWH, Companion or 'lead line pony.
I need to find a new home for my black THW gelding.
Our horses are too dominant for him. He is very submissive and would do great with another 'low in the pecking order' horse or foals.
Odin is broke to ride, however, he will not walk out on his own. If someone is leading him he's totally calm and I believe he would also follow another horse, just doesn't walk out on his own.
He is blind in one eye, which might have something to do with his confidence issues under saddle but other than that his lack of eye sight doesn't seem to affect him at all.
Odin is a total sweetheart to have around. He loves to be groomed, is good with his feet, easy to tack up and mount, however, he can be a bit hard to catch at times (never took me more than two minutes to catch him though).
It took him quite some time to get comfortable with his surroundings when we got him and therefore I would love to find a permanent home for him so he doesn't have to move from place to place more than really needed.
I wish our horses would get along with him as he is a very sweet boy and I love him but it's not fair to him to keep him in a paddock with no shelter just because we can't integrate him into our herd.
So, if you are interested in a older horse (late teens to 20) that can be hard to catch and is blind in one eye, please contact me with a some info about your intentions.
YOU might be the one that ends up with a real gentlemen who loves to get groomed and cuddled and you could lead your beginner friends around on!
And who knows, maybe you can convince him that walking out on his own isn't so bad after all?!
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