Casper is the sweetest, most laid-back horse anyone could ask for. He will let anyone, even kids, climb over him or run between his legs and he won't even flinch. He's not spooked by tarps or ropes or cats running underneath him. He listens wonderfully to his rider. He gets along great with other horses and is a pushover in the field. He loves having his face rubbed, and doesn't even need to be tied with a vet or farrier. He'll just stand there.... (read more) He does great in the bath and loads nicely too. He doesn't bite or kick, and is a joy to bridle. He also will just stand there as you saddle him. He doesn't move at all. Although he might sound like sluggish, he actually is very forward moving. He is gaited.
Casper is virtually unspookable in areas he is accustomed with. I've been able to ride him solo on trails before, it took a lot of work. He has to first be walked down the trails for a week or so before riding him down the trail. I wouldn't recommend riding him immediately in an unknown place, but get him used to it first. He would also be best with another horse on the trail. He does wonderfully in the arena that he's accustomed to, and has the potential to be comfortable anywhere that a rider would take the time and acclimate him to it. I'm in college now, so I never have any time to spend with him anymore.
Since he doesn't mind things swinging over him and he's able to turn pretty well, he might be a good horse to rope off of.
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