This is an inline carousel of images and or videos of this pet.
Tundra Horse Grade Hohenwald , TN
- Vaccinations up to date.
- Adoption fee
Tundra has a hard outer shell and I chose to let him settle in down in the training fields rather than put him though his initial training evaluation right off. I find that some horses are more sensitive to being relocated and just have a lot of trama after the auction experience/s they've been though, so I try to make sure they are given every chance to feel loved and just settle in. Yesterday (January 4) I did his training evaluation and he did very well. He went from being very difficult to catch to yesterday he came to me at the gate for grain and let me love on him and than halter him. He wasn't pushy with me yesterday at all even though some may have been worried with their initial health intake process that he was too much of a handful. I would say in general and with more time for sure it just takes a few minutes and some grain to catch. He does not seem buddy sour and stands tied nicely now. He picks up his feet and stands for saddling. He is high headed and needs some work with bridling but we will also be having his teeth looked at to make sure he isn't in pain. He was a good boy and stood mostly to be mounted. He has a very calm laid back personality and just needs people to earn his trust back. He did toss his head and fight the bit a little and just seems like he needs some time to readjust to being ridden. He can be a little stubborn with moving off of leg but stayed calm through the evaluation. I would say in general he needs work on being softer in the mouth as well as moving off of leg. He would suit a home that is willing to work with his idiosyncrasies and be patient. He does not seem like a horse that wants to run speed events or anything fast.
To request an adoption application email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask About Tundra
Horse Plus Humane Society