He turned 4 years old this week so it was a little past due! He got his wolf teeth out and will also be a solid citizen as a gelding. Not that he was ever anything else but there is no reason to have another stallion in this world.
I did get to work Ketel on the lunge line one evening. I decided to throw him for a loop and put some little barrels out. I do this sort of thing in my jump pasture too. Whatever stuff I can find that might spook my horses I put it out. It helps desensitize them especially in the sport of show jumping where there is no schooling in the ring prior to showing. Currently I have some huge tires out there that I occasionally move around. Anyway, back to Ketel. As soon as he saw the barrels he danced around and snorted. But what I love about him is he is so curious. Instead of running away he ran to them to investigate.