I haven't had Twister long. I got him from a farm and he was in bad shape. Super skinny, long hooves, long teeth, worms, the works. I have spent about 2 months getting all his health needs addressed and putting on weight. He really bounced back like a champ! We have started to rebuild muscle now and he's ready for a job. I have ridden him all over in the woods, down the road, by barking dogs and other horses in just a halter and lead rope, bareback.... (read more) He didn't flinch or miss a beat. Has a good W/T but a bit fast of a canter. He seems to know the barrel and pole patterns by heart but wouldn't make for a professional gaming horse due to a scar on his pastern. He is 100% sound for trail riding, play days, 4H showing I just don't see him as running the patterns 6 days a week for the season. The vet estimates him being in his early to mid teens. He is an in-your-pocket horse with amazing manners and a soft eye. He is middle in the pecking order and can ride with new horses, alone, groups, you name it. He still needs about 100 pounds of muscle put on but really isn't that hard of a keeper. I would think he'd be good for an advanced beginner only because he's real quick and has had a rough life so I don't want him having to teach someone the ropes.
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