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; Poco was a stud when he came to us and was clearly not used to being handled kindly. He has made MUCH progress with his trust and (when treated with respect and confidence) can be haltered, does well with trailering and will politely give you his feet for trimming. The ideal home for Poco would be one with a kind and experienced handler that he could bond and learn from, while having at least one other pasture friend. He does NOT respond well to either a heavy hand or those who are inexperienced and unsure of themselves, however he is VERY intelligent and just blossoms during interactions with patient and confidant handlers. Please email us at email@example.com and we would be happy to discuss him with anyone who feels they may be able to provide him with the home he has been waiting for! Lets make 2016 the Year of the Horse'!!
; Former Bio: 'Poco is now a GELDING. It took two surgeries, one in field, and one hospital to make that final. Poco is about 6 years old. Lunges well on a lunge line or in a round pen. He touches everyone's heart when they meet him because you can tell he is looking for that one (or more) person to give him never ending love. ;
Poco has a beautiful head, and a quarter horse body. He is a tidy boy at about 15.2 hands. The vet looked at his teeth and said they looked really good. He has no lameness or other health issues. ;
You can tell that Poco had been worked with in some capacity prior to coming to MILO. Poco has never been ridden as far as we can tell - though we were told prior to rescuing him that he was 'saddle broke.'. He
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