I need to sell my show gelding. I don't have time to spend with him right now and he gets mad at me when he is not worked. You can see by his show record that he was a hunter/halter horse, but I will not sell him as a halter horse. It has really messed with his head. Since owning him i have takin him down to western pleasure and while he is just about ready I don't know how to finish him off in the romal reins and show curb bit and don't have the money to have it done right now.... (read more) I have takin him to open shows to work on quieting him down in the show ring, which he has. That's why the no halter rule applies. I feel he would be best suited for an amateur with a trainer or he can be shown open. He would be ok as a walk trot horse as long as he has a trainer and the rider is really good and knows there job. He has very straight legs and is very healthy and current and up to date on everything and a very soft mouth. He wears regular shoes all the way around as I live on rocks. He has worn toe weights and pads before for me. He rides very nice and smooth. He knows his jobs and I will not lease him to someone where spurs will be used. He does not need that as it does not take very much to get him to do what you want. He has been very well trained. He has lived outside in a pasture and in a stall since being with me. his only vice is you have to watch his mouth. He will try to give love bites. I want to stop this but hitting him does not work. He would be ok going back to hunter or he can continue his western pattern. I have tons of pictures and getting a movement video is available. He gets noticed everytime I take him out and Gordon Potts has even told me he is very pretty. You will never see a prettier half Arabian. please only serious inquires. picture is I believe from 2010 or 2011 from his old owner. I have current pictures, just ask. Right now he has been turned out to pasture as i have no stall for him.
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