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Trouble

Trouble

Trouble

The next oldest, at 20, is A Touch Of Trouble, or just plain Trouble, as he’s now known. He is a Tovero chestnut paint who was trained for English riding, not Western. He can be more than a touch of trouble! I have to keep the gate into his field locked with a clip, as well as the stalls, or he will open them with his mouth. When he was first retired to my place, I didn’t know this and he let himself out of his stall, then went and let the girls out of their stalls, too. Obviously he is a very curious, funny boy with lots of personality.

Like Nikki, I bought Trouble when I was taking riding lessons and needed to move on from a pony to a horse. He is now retired and also has arthritis. Last Winter, he bowed tendons in his front legs, but has recovered well and enjoys roaming around the field with his girls.