Lincoln is a big and beautiful boy. He was originally purchased as a trail horse for my husband, but has spent the past 8 years as a companion horse to my gelding and has not been ridden. He has prior training on a longe line and was very good with voice commands, so with a little time I have no doubt he would be back in the swing of things. He was previously ridden western, but I think he would do really well in an english discipline. He tends to be spooky on the trails, and would do better in an arena with somebody who has experience and soft hands/seat.... (read more) His disposition in-hand is wonderful!!! He is gentle, bathes, clips, stands great for farrier, and is good around other horses. He tends to be low man on the totem pole, and is submissive around other horses. Under saddle he tends to be hot, and would need somebody experienced. Otherwise, as a companion horse, he is the sweetest most loving boy you will ever own. I marked his temperament a "5" because it depends on what you choose him for. If you want a companion horse, he would be a 2 or 3 - his disposition in hand is so sweet and gentle. But if you want a horse to ride, he would be more like an 8 or 9 because he just doesn't have the experience of being ridden, so it would take some time to settle him in. I'm actually selling my other gelding that he has been "pals" with for the past 8 years. If you want a gentle riding horse and bought the other gelding, I'd allow Lincoln to go with him as a package deal.
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