“The horse knows, he knows when you know.
He also knows when you don’t.”
He has the biggest most caring and curious eyes. Light flurries of grey hair accent his brows and hint at his age. Every time someone walks past his stall he nickers invitingly. Rooster is by far the most welcoming horse at the barn.
Our horses can read a single participant or a group of people rather quickly. It’s simply their nature and they are very good at it. Rooster is unique in that he will actually look at you and take time to “See” you. Rooster considers what’s on the inside of a person just as much as what is on the outside. There is a sharing with Rooster that is not like all horses. When he looks at you it’s easy to tell he is learning. He is honestly studying you like a beautiful work of art. He seeks out those subtle things and those hidden things. With of his ability to make this connection, Rooster can often go father with people in a difficult situation than words can go.
Because of his eagerness to be with people he is often in session or out on a ride. Rooster has a definite passion for his work. He is in his niche and we are very thankful for him here at the barn.