- 13 October 2017
IT, the issue is his anxiety when under pressure. His buckled palate, which causes him to suck back and toss his head which set the whole hind end issue off as he works hollow. The panicky sense I get from him when he is picked up into a contact. I think he will end up perfectly straight and sound and my RI think she has lots of potential. But I just feel he is happiest ambling about in the countryside having fun and that is not the kind of life my horses have. I don't mind young but he is not just young, He is young and damaged by an idiot who tied his head down when breaking him in. I could possibly help him get over that remembered pain in time. Or I could let him have a more relaxed life that does not cause him any worry. I might be wrong but that is the choice I have decided to make.