All Around, Gaited, Ridden English, Ridden Western, Trail Riding, Western Pleasure, Western Riding
Hoak is a stocky, approx 15 hands (I never measured him) unregistered fox trotter. He will be 17 years old this June, but don't let his age fool you. He can go all day all weekend long on a trail ride and never slows down. I have trail ridden him for 4 years and he has NEVER let me down. He has never spooked at anything, goes up and down anything, across, through, swims, whatever you point him at you are going through. He stands to be trimmed and shoed, bathes, loads, great to work around and with.... (read more) He is fine with a buddy seat, saddle bags, or your little buddy on in-front of you. As you can see from the pictures, I ride bareback, he is great under saddle too. I have used a bit and an alego in him. He ties and stands great. He will ride in the front, middle or the back. He will leave the pack on his own. I have had no health issues with the exception of one abscess in his hoof 3 years ago. Was never a problem again. He is not bothered by deer, snakes, bridges, cars, 4wheelers, sheep, goats, rides roads, where ever...anywhere. He is an easy keeper and holds his weight very easily. I have kept in using just a strand of caution tape. Once you get out on the trail and get going, Hoak can be a laid back, loose reigned horse, but sometimes he has some get-up and go to him as well. Because he does like to get up and go sometimes, I would recommend an intermediate rider. Hoak is just a great all around horse and I will be very sad to see him go. He absolutely must go to a good home. Please only serious inquires, this is a hard enough sell for me as it is! Thank you
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