It is with great sadness that we must find a new home for our 12yr AQHA 16.2 hand Appendix QH. He just needs a different situation. He is the most wonderful HUS horse, but does need a advanced confident rider. He is best suited where he can have all day or 24/7 turnout with company. He is a great horse stand for farrier, vet, clipping...everything perfect grand manners!
He is sound and a very easy keeper. Please e-mail for pictures.
Here is the link the the marshall and sterling finals..he was reserve champion in the local working hunter 2008.
thank you for all the inquiries about our horse...well for the time being he will be staying in his spoiled and pampered home! Long story short i was trying to find a new home for him, because he somtimes bucked at the canter and my 14yr old daughter was becomming scared and imtimadated (even tho she is a great rider). i want to keep it fun for her.... Well i have spent and entire first year college education tyring to find the reason for this behavior. We had x-rays, ultrasounds, endoscopy, full body bone scans...and guess what all negative...that is why i thought it must be the situation we have him in.
Well as a last resort on the differential list was a lyme titer...you guesssed it POSITIVE greater than 20,000.
Well needless to say i am going to treat him and see how it goes...if his behavior remains bad i will contact the lovley people from this forum who have express and interested in our awesome guy....until then say a prayer that his problem was just a case of lyme.
Lyme can cause some nasty behavioral changes, so I feel your pain. I applaud you for taking the time to find out whether his issues were medical and then treating them. Good luck from a fellow CT member
Karen A. Fildes
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