Belles Yellowstone Dancer
2007 Chestnut Gelding
He isn't a family horse so that's why I'm considering selling him. Hummer will do anything for someone he trusts, but it takes a bit of work to gain his trust. I've had him for 5 years and we've worked out lots of kinks, but he still has a few to smooth out. He thrives with quiet, consistent training. He will do anything for food! I think Hum would excel in dressage work. He is very responsive to seat and legs. He prefers the security of contact on the bit as well. He really needs a confident leader to guide him. My kids can't ride him so I think it would be best to try to find him a new home. I was hoping to endurance ride on him, but he just isn't cut out for that sport. He is boss horse and pastures with mares/geldings well. He would be a good "only" horse also. I usually ride him out in the spring alone and he does fine. He is actually a hair under 16.2h and must weigh about 1300#. Hum is an easy keeper, but coughs when he encounters dusty/moldy hay. One more thing about Hum, he doesn't like my western saddle. I don't know what bothers him in the western, but he is certainly more comfortable in my endurance saddle.
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