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Available as a Green Riding Horse
Anderson and Annabelle were surrendered by their owner after the Kitsap Humane Society discovered the two horses living in an isolated field where they were being fed but were otherwise unhanded. Anderson was a stallion, who had been allowed to breed Annabelle repeatedly over a period of 5-6 years. His behavior in the presence of his mare was decidedly studdish, and Annabelle had to be removed from the property before we could even attempt to catch him safely. With the help of trainer Darik Anderson, Anderson was caught, loaded into a trailer, and hauled to NWESC where he was immediately gelded. He got an education in good behavior from Dr Hannah, who conducted his post-surgery forced exercise.
Anderson is a stunning horse — a deep chestnut with a flaxen mane and tail — and an absolutely breathtaking mover as well. He has several months professional training, but is still green broke and needs a confident and experienced rider. Anderson is a lovely horse with a classic Arabian frame who positively floats when he moves; he just needs patience and continued training to reach to his full potential. He stands nicely for the farrier, vet, and handlers. He bathes, trailers and is currently being ridden walk, trot, and canter. He has been ridden on trails and has a very intelligent and sweet personality, always looking for a neck rub! He is quick to learn and has a big gait that would do well for competitive trails, endurance riding or whatever discipline you fancy. His athletic abilities will take where ever you want to go!