Legend has made such great progress this year, and I really enjoy him and would rather see how he turns out, but I need to downsize on my trainer's income. I train full time and have to sell now and then to make it work. I haven't run him a whole lot this year, with everything being cancelled with all the rain we've had, and me rodeoing all summer. He's been making really solid, bottom 1D-top 3D runs since March.
Not a youth horse. He needs someone who can keep him soft in the face. If you keep him soft in the face, he will stay soft in mind and body. He's not one you can just pull on around a barrel though; he needs you to help him by sitting deep and lightly bringing his nose around, but not just kick and pull.
He his a big heart and work ethic, and a lot of speed. He always clocks; he could be a force with a good rider and more runs and confidence.
He was not started under saddle until the winter of his 4/5 yr old year. I've ridden him sporadically, and he's been late to mature mentally, so I've never pushed him, just let him pick up speed as he gains confidence. If you were to really push him, he would lose composure; so he needs someone who can stay relaxed and patient, and let him come along at his own pace. He is a free runner and wants to work, so he picks his own speed as he's ready for it.
He's an anxious horse and does outstanding on Silver Lining Herbs Keep Cool. I would highly highly recommend keeping him on it; it's about $1/day and I don't necessarily feed it to him every day. He's sound, never been shod or injected, or to the vet for anything besides a coggins. I know he has four white feet, but they never chip or crack, and he's never been foot-sore other than one abscess last year (one of three I had that abscessed, due to constant rain).
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