Good Advice 4yo Gelding 16'2hh+
Updated: Dec 2, 2020
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This boy had some bad luck at the end of the belterra meet and fractured his sesamoid. The owners elected to do surgery rather than put him down, in this surgery the two top piece of the seaamoid were removed. Ligaments have always been intact so no issue there.... He has done his stall rest and has been cleared for turnout (which he loves) so the hard part is over.. He just needs a loving home at this point. Surprisingly he has never been lame, even after the accident.... Vets have approved him for flat work and he would be an excellent dressage horse!!!! Gorgeous mover! He has been a doll through his rehab and so easy to work with while changing wraps.