16.2 hands. He retired with an apical fracture of the lf sesmoid in November of 2020. His last work was 11/4/20 at Keeneland Race Course. He currently has no pain on flexion with minimal swelling. We do have radiographs taken 10/21/21. Though he is currently sound, he still needs another few months before cantering and jumping under saddle per trainer but can start gradual training. Please consult with your vet for more precise rehab instructions.
He is a loveable gelding that likes to follow you around and see what you are up to. He will occasionally give you a morning hug!
A lovely mover with a floaty gait, he has potential to excel in the show ring. He is sure to catch the judges eye. He should be suitable for any discipline but may need maintenance to the ankle if he is used for high impact sport use. Please consult your vet.
Our rider stated he is very willing under saddle but did get a bit distracted. An experienced rider may be best for him or a beginner that works diligently with a trainer .