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Kelley Benham The bay paint colt is doing really well in training. He is a bit lazy, but loves to be worked. He is very cooperative and doesn’t seem to spook easily. He did well with loading in the trailer most of the time. At the sale he was really unsure and a little scared of all the people. He was very cooperative with me getting him in and out of his pen to show him off. Even when he is scared he is very trusting of who is handling him. He is an incredible horse and by far my favorite. He acted more like a puppy-dog than a horse. I feel he would be pretty easy to train in most sports. Since he is a rather lazy horse I think he would do best as a western pleasure or trail horse. The sorrel paint colt made a lot of progress. He calmed down a lot from his time in the hoop barn. After he was put back in the pasture, he was easy to catch. He is stubborn, but nothing a little work can’t fix. He was a little spooked by the plastic bag and jug of rocks, but with some work he was getting better. He was very scared of all the people and the yelling at the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ADS 4333 taught by Professor Nicodemus during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.

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