The absolutely adorable guy is sound and ready to start training. He was gelded late, so he still tends to look at the ladies, but is enjoying his pasture mate who is also a new gelding. Chok can be a little unsure of new things, as he has spend a lot of time unhandled in a stall during his younger years, but he is bright and inquisitive and will make a super partner with some time and attention. we started him on ground work and has been saddled and sat on, ready for training to finish him as you please, Super cute cow pony prospect!
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