15.3 hands. He last worked on 12/21/22 and retired with a left knee slab fracture that was repaired with a screw. He is currently sound and in training. We do have x-rays.
A very nice gelding to work with, Time enjoys being groomed and is respectful of his handlers. He ties and cross ties well.
Time seems to enjoy being ridden – he has good focus, good balance and seems to trust his rider. He responds to light aids and has good steering. He walks and trots over poles and was timid but willing over his first crossrails. Although Time is focusing on relaxation in his rides currently, he has a showy trot that will be fabulous in the dressage ring one day.
Time will most likely benefit from joint support as he ages.
He is a cribber controlled with a strap.