Chase has the best ground manners on the farm, but because he was technically a stallion so late in life, it is not recommended he be turned out in a mixed herd. He does do fine with other geldings. Chase has some experience under saddle but is very fearful of a rider and would need a VERY experienced trainer to bring him up to his full potential.
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