Tally has quite happily spent the last few years as a paddock ornament. He is
very people orientated and happiest with a lot of human and horse interaction,
so living in a herd environment is a must.
call him a sticky beak as he is always the first horse to come and greet you
and insert himself into whatever you are doing. Up until four years ago, Tally
and I attended clinics, practised our groundwork and mainly rode for pleasure,
but since then he has done very little.
I will not be selling him to a high impact competition home. He is being sold in
paddock condition, my preference is to see him be a ground work/liberty prospect (he would
love this), companion with some light riding. When he was in work four years ago, he was a pleasure to ride in
the arena, however, out in the bush alone or in a high intensity environment he
can be distracted and spooky to ride. As such he not a quiet ride on trails. I am happy to discuss this in more detail.
flyveil and brand new front scoot boots. He needs his rug in winter and a flyveil in