"Slade" is a 12 year old 14.3 hand Sorrel ranch gelding. When I was a young man this is the type of horses that
we rode in South Texas gathering cattle. He is a heavy boned, thick bodied horse that could push through the
brush and could hold those 1000 to 1100 pound cross bred cows when you had to rope one. This is a very
gentle, well broke, honest horse. He is a really nice all around kind of horse that can be ridden on the trails, in
the pasture, in the pens, and around crowds by everyone from beginner (children) to the most experienced
riders. He has never shown me any bad habits, rides with a loose neck rein, and turns, stops, and backs up
good. He is easy to catch, load, shoe, saddle, and mount. He has never gotten fresh after being turned out nor is
he spooky or shy. This horse came from working ranch and has been used for a little of everything and ridden
by good experienced riders. He has a laid back  yet responsive disposition, and will stay fat on air. He would be
a nice all around kind of horse for the  family, trails, or a working ranch.