This beautiful bay gelding has real life experience fox hunting, extensive and challenging trail riding on various terrain, arena work, obstacle training with many miles under his feet. Diesel has been extensively hauled and exposed to many extreme enviroments.Diesel is schooled in Clinton Anderson's Fundamental/Intermediate Level of The Method. This soft, supple, willing gentleman is such a pleasure to be around. His ground manners are impecable, lowers his head for the halter/bridle, ground ties for grooming/saddling/bathing. You can tie him out for hours, no pawing, no whinnying, he simply waits for you to return to go off on your next riding adventure.Be sure to watch his video on YouTube, Diesel will come "pick you up" off the fence, mounting block or side of the trailer for an easy mount. He will not walk off once you're on, he simply and obiedently waits for a cue to move forward...even if your buddies leave you!Diesel's solid walk, trot, canter is balanced, he always chooses the correct lead. He's uncomplicated and obedient. Power steering, great breaks and a wonderful disposition. Very easily collects, or ride on a nice big loose rein. This "been there done that" horse, will canter out in a field or down the trail on a loose rein, alone or in a herd, you will feel safe and in control as he carries you, like floating on a cloud.raining.com
Company / Facility: Safe Horse Training at Allison Creek Farm - Most of us simply want our horses to be respectful and obedient. When we ask them to go, they go, when we ask them stop, they stop, no questions asked, no problems. I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t want my horse to step on my toes, knock me over with his head or refuse to get on the trailer. I want him to stand still while I saddle him and when I mount.
I simply want to enjoy my horse. I want to be able to load my horse up in the trailer and go for a nice trail ride with my friends. In my opinion a respectful, obedient horse is a safe horse.
Using natural horsemanship methods and techniques I can help you and your horse create a harmonious, respectful and trusting relationship that allows you to enjoy every minute you share with your equine partner.
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