He's a goof ball. Will never be saddle broke. He is scared of his own farts and the squirrel that stepped on a leaf 2 miles over... you can tack him up and get on, but the first time something spooks him even a little bit his brain turns to liquid, runs out of his ears, and he turns into quite the nice little saddlebronk. Last time I tried riding him he bucked in a circle (rodeo bull style) until I came off and he apparently stepped on my chest and decided not to put weight on the squishy thing because there was a perfect hoof print on my chest but no sore places or bruising so he must have barely put pressure on me.Your paint has the classic TWH stance.
Pip in summer coat. Had to roach his mane for a few years, stud used it to pick him up by when he (stud) was a youngunOh I believe the color....still have a dozen of them. The old guy is buckskin & min pinto..three dots of brown & tiny white on coronet but can throw some great tobiano. I had a dapple mare on show one year and at trainers I commented how nice she was and what great color! He says, she's yours -- that's Page with a shave & spring coat. Mine are all aged now, retired as pasture ornaments.
Lol, my Arabian did that more than a few times, he was hard to spook, but when he did, he went from 0 to 40mph and left you hanging in the air wondering where the horse went like a roadrunner cartoon!I have a 32 year old retired TWH mare. A dream to ride but ALWAYS hunting boogers. She jumped out from under me frequently. Gravity takes over when one is hanging suspended in thin air. Haven’t ridden her in 7 years. She gets to live out her life, eat and be happy.