"Bull" is a 10 year old 14.3 hand sorrel ranch gelding. This is a super gentle, really broke horse with a thick stocky build and can carry
larger riders. I feel he is gentle and broke well enough to be used with challenged and handicap riders, as well as beginner (children and
elderly) and novice riders. He rides well enough that the intermediate and experienced riders will also appreciate and enjoy him. He is
laid-back but not lazy, and very disciplined. He is easy to catch, load, shoe, saddle, and mount. He has not gotten fresh or frisky after
being turned out. He rides with a loose rein and will maintain his gait until you ask him to change. He has a one-hand neck rein, a good
stop, and a good back-up. Livestock and wildlife do not spook him, nor is he spooky or shy in crowds, on the trails, or in the pasture. This
horse was mainly used as a working ranch horse which will also make him great for trail riding, and I think a good family horse.