Baby Monster

In December 2020, I purchased this awesome colt, Trigger Warning G, out of Two Eyed Snowbuck.  We have had quite the year.  A road trip to retrieve the little guy, a stark realization that I was not skilled enough to handle a highly intelligent and opinionated stallion colt, months of training with Evan Bonner, a castration (thank the Lord), and unfortunately a lot of vet bills for high low, and a cut that refused to heal.  Through all of that, Trig learned to trailer, bathe, tie, stand for the farrier, sometimes for the vet, and stopped biting everyone.  He competed in his first virtual show - sporthorse in hand through AHA. He also tried his first schooling show - showmanship and trail in hand.  He didn't place but he did mostly behave himself. 

Trig requires a lot of attention.  He has to be worked every day. His high foot has to be stretched 1-2 times every day.  He can't be left alone so I take him everywhere or board him if we are away. I can't believe how fast he is growing and how brave and tolerant he is of new things.  He had no reaction at all to the bareback pad and just today, he tried on his first blanket.  Trig is my world and I can't imagine a day without him. 

Trig First DayTrig running in round penTrig and Diane