Bolt is a TB, spotted saddle cross. Although I realize that Bolt is possibly an unfortunate name for a horse (like naming a boat "screw you waves you can't hurt me") it comes with a story. When he was a baby he was standing under a tree with a lot of other babies when lightning hit the tree and killed all the foals but him. He is a big beautiful boy with lots of personality and a tremendous need to please his owner. I spent some time jumping with him. Nothing major, 2' 6" was the highest I think. He took to it great...greater than me actually...and after playing human lawn dart I lost my will to learn. Bolt and I have been on tons of trail rides together and he really enjoys getting out, either alone or with other horses. He'll take you as slow and safely through the woods as you want to go, or, as I tend to do he has no problem running down twisting wooded trails, jumping unexpected logs with ease...or a combination. I started him mounted shooting and he would rather I used the guns on myself but he has actually shown an aptitude for it. I've ridden him english, western, and bare back. Bolt is my buddy but I have two other horses I constantly shoot off of and he just isn't getting the time or attention he deserves. He ties, and stands great. He'll get in the trailer good, (likes to think about it a little) but once in he is totally relaxed and rides fine. I take care of his feet myself and he quietly stands for me while I use an electric grinder on his feet.
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