2018, 16h Bay Gelding
Six has been let down and is in the process of being restarted professionally and correctly.
He has the BEST BRAIN EVER!
In his next show, August 13th, he will be ridden by a junior rider (see video below of Six being ridden by this junior for the first time)
He happily walk, trots and canters (getting both leads correctly) around the ring on a loose rein. He's an extremely quick learner, figuring out how to carry himself in a balanced way. He is starting to understand connection with the bit and how to move back to front.
Six is just the best, most laid back guy you could ever meet. He stands quietly and patiently at the mounting block as his rider mounts and gets settled. He is sweet and in your pocket but not pushy or annoying. He has EXCELLENT ground manners! Everyone loves riding Six, whether it be juniors, beginners or myself.
He is a perfect gentleman to take off property, and just as at ease as he is at home. WIth only two weeks of post track rides, Six went to his first horse show. Unfortunately it was cancelled, but we went anyway and were able to school in the show ring amongst many other horses and ponies. Six was calm and confident throughout the whole experience, even when a herd of ponies were coming at him or closing in behind him. He even jumped around his first course.
Six has enjoyed following the hounds out hound walking and confidently crosses streams.
He is athletic and is an exceptional mover. When this diamond is polished, he will be an incredible show horse in the discipline of your choice.
Six loves trying new things and was very impressive during his first time trying the mountain trail course at Double C Farm in Clarksburg. MD.
No known injuries, No vices. Turns out with geldings. Great feet, he was barefoot while turned out. He recently had shoes put back on when I put him back into work.
Had a thorough physical by a vet in July and all findings were within normal limits. You are most welcome to have your own PPE done, as well.