Pilgrim was discovered estray and emaciated. When his owners could not be found, he was placed with BEHS. Pilgrim has no known health or lameness issues. However he came to BEHS with an injured penis that he cannot retract. His penis was amputated in February 2013. (BEHS has another horse who has undergone similar surgery, recovered well, was adopted and is now doing playdays and trail rides with his young rider!). Pilgrim can be a bit pushy on the ground, but he is improving with consistent handling.... (read more) He knows how to lead, load, and is easy to catch. He knows how to longe and carry a saddle, and he's been ridden by a foster home. Because he has several teeth missing, he must be ridden in a rope halter, hackamore, or other bitless bridle. It is clear he was broke to ride before coming to BEHS, and he's now adjusting to being ridden without a bit. His foster home says he's a bit lazy, but he has a wonderful, smooth jog and is a willing horse to ride.
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