Hidalgo is a kind, gentle soul. Upon arrival, he evaded human approach and did not want to be haltered. He was difficult with handling hooves and farrier care, but since his hooves seem to be feeling better, he has relaxed and is warming up to AAE volunteers. He is approachable in pasture and his hoof care is becoming more easy with time. He will be evaluated under saddle once his hooves have a bit more time to recover and we are able to explore his ground skills and knowledge. More coming soon.
Hidalgo had dental and farrier work shortly after arrival. He was tender-footed on arrival, and his hooves were in need of attention, He now has shoes on front and seems to be doing much better. He is current with vaccines, deworming, and hoof and dental care.
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