Bullet

Basic Information

Born: April 15, 2017

Breed: Mustang/Arab Cross

Gender: Gelding

Height: 14hh and growing

Weight: 800 lbs (est)

Color: Grulla

Training: Halter broke, leads, ties, good for farrier

Health: Excellent overall health. Up to date on vaccines and deworming.

Adoption fee: $1,000

Bullet's Story

Bullet is a stunning grulla gelding. He is a Mustang/Arab cross. He was born on a wild horse sanctuary and came to our facility when he was a foal.

He's halter broke, leads, ties and is good for the farrier.

He has been working in the round pen. He is not yet saddle broke but is ready to take the next step in his career now. Bullet would like a more consistent training program, where he would be able to excel much more. He has a lot of energy and beautiful movement.

He's in excellent overall health and is up to date on vaccinations and deworming.

Sometimes he can be hard to catch in the large grassy pasture, but this is partially due to him not being consistently worked at the time. He would significantly improve once he is on a consistent training program. Overall he is a very friendly and curious fellow and will come up for scratches and pets. 

 

One vice: When Bullet was very young, a boy put a lead rope on Bullet in the pasture and Bullet spooked as he likely thought a snake was chasing him. Bullet was not yet lead rope trained at that time and should have not had a lead rope put on him in the pasture. The "snake" chased him across the pasture and he's been wary of it since then. We have worked with him to overcome this fear and he has become much better. Occasionally, when the lead rope falls just a specific way, he seems to remember this incident and spooks. He will typically run about 50-100ft away and hold. This should be able to be overcome with more patience, work and time. 

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Bullet - head 2

Bullet - right

Bullet - left

Bullet behind

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