I bought this gelding as a Christmas present for my daughter. He is a wonderful little horse. Nickers and runs to meet you when he sees you. He is starving for attention. Yet he needs to be with someone who he respects. He was well behaved and wonderful with his previous owners who had always had him. When we got him its like it shook him up a bit and he began to nip. I corrected him and worked him in a round pen. He know is very good with me and wants to continue to learn.... (read more) I lead my daughter on him, she brushes him and pets him. But he still nips at her when she tries to pet him without me at the fence. He is a wonderful little guy and really does love being around people. Perhaps he is only lonely and wants companioship as he was always with other horses and now he is alone so sees us as someone to play with. I would keep him for me and have grown to love him but for her he is just not right. I am telling everyone the truth. I do not want anyone to buy him and have any surprises. Come see him and see how eager he is to work and learn. I haven't drove him but his previous owner said he is green broke to drive. He would make a great driver in my opinion. He has a good get up and go trot.
I cannot ship him.
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