B.g., 16.1h, 2014 Adoption Fee: ADOPTED

Handsome guy with some post track training~

Six came to us from his owner at Delaware Park several years ago- a barn favorite, he was retired due to a suspensory strain. After his rehab, Six was quickly adopted- his owner had plans to make him into a show horse- but life got in the way, and his owner’s goals changed. He was getting bossy and herd bound in his small turnout situation in a mixed herd, and his owner bought a trail horse, so returned him to us. Since he has been back he has been his old awesome self. He is out in a herd of 6 geldings and is quite happy and easy about everything.

Six is a nice mover with decent flat work- we have not yet tried him over fences at all. He is barefoot and sound with no vices. Good feet and bone, plenty of substance to this guy.

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UPDATE- Six has had some very minor unevenness to the left- our vet initially evaluated him and felt it was up high. We gave him some time off and restarted him – he had a potential adoption but the PPE showed that he was unsound to the left on the lunge- free in the ring he was 100% and he was not especially positive to flexion. We did work up, blocking him starting at the foot, and went up the leg with no improvement, so yes, it is up high- or maybe it is a matter of lack of balance and strength? We are not sure but we will put him to work more consistently and see if he improves….or gets worse….one way or another we hope to figure it out because he is just lovely. If anyone is interested in giving him a try, just get in touch, let’s talk!

Video is of his first ride back in a LONG time….