“True Sweetheart” stood quietly for the farrier and then went on a hunter pace at the Metamora Hunt. He did very well and stayed right with the other four horses — did not spook at any thing. All in all, I think he did very well on the uneven ground and in a plain snaffle bit and with all the commotion at the start by the kennels. He also did some good flying changes.
Next Sunday he will be going on another “trail ride” thru the Metamora hunt country with a few other horses.
Allegedly True was the stablemate of Rap It Up. Both horses came off-the-track recently and are already being ridden outside on trails and hunter paces. Most of the horses we place are quickly able to be ridden outside of the arena. If they are quiet at the track, they only get quieter at home.