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Lightly started 2 year old stallion, he's as kind as they come and wants to get along. One of the easiest-going colts I've ever thrown a leg over.
Rides around super quiet and is ready to shape into a program. He is currently behind, but at no fault of his own. This colt is the same after getting time off and makes steady progress each ride. He is so easy to handle and has loads of try, would make a super non-pro horse.
He will continue being ridden in our program and is considered a potential 2020 futurity prospect.
Has started some basic/beginning Liberty work, will circle and has very basic understanding of the mark. This colt has also been lightly started on cattle.
Has two older siblings out of the same mare and both are just as kind, willing, and full of try as he is.
5 panel N/N, NRHA/NRBC
This is the easiest-to-show horse we have ever ridden. At 3 years old he's only been off property 4 times--once to get castrated, once to get rode somewhere new, and twice to get shown. At both shows he went into stock horse junior reining with maybe 5 min. warm at the first show and no warm up at the second and won the class both times with no penalties. At the first show he rode in a borrowed saddle that had never been on his back before.
Smooth and easy lead changer, big whoa on him--he looks to stop--cute turnarounds that are ready to have speed added, easy walk/trot/lope and guides around great, flashy transitions and great extended trot, confident about obstacles, and has been on cattle and so relaxed about them.
This colt is so easy, so kind and quiet, and is clever! He is not finished, but is well on his way. He will make a jam up SHTX horse for a Novice/Amateur/Ltd Non Pro/Non Pro. He'll easily be a Ranch Rider and/or go the reining route and show him there. I think with some age he will make a super youth horse too. Just so easy to ride and get along and he stays the same even with time off. He is so fun and simple to ride and show, no surprises and so uncomplicated!
Oliver does have some training at Liberty, he is getting confident at circling, has basic understanding of the mark, and has a lay down and a sit up.
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