16.1 hands. He last worked 2/6/22 and retired with a bowed tendon. The tendon is torn. We have the scans.
He stays quiet in his stall and enjoys looking down the shedrow to see what’s going on. He really has a good time poking his nose through his gate to talk to his neighbor.
On May 3rd, he started small paddock for 30 days. If those 30 days go well, (end of May), he can transition to a larger field with a friend. 6 months before returning to light work. 1 year before full work can begin with consult of your vet.
A lovely, spirited horse who is nicely put together. Once his rehab is finished he should make a nice hunter or go in any direction you would like to take him.
A great chance to have an American Pharoah baby!
He stood well for our vet and farrier.
Ride eval pending.