Justin and I bought Bo from some friends in Princeton Illiniois, we had owned a couple of their horses in the past and I really fell in love with that bloodline. We had intended to use this big boy as a stallion prospect, but he was way too much horse for me!!! He thought he was a big bad stud as a yearling, and I was just having to work him too hard to keep his attention on his manners, I felt it was going to be him or me in the end, so thus we decided to castrate him and I will tell you, the next day he was a different horse! We're devoloping quite a partnership. He still has a long way to go before I'd consider him broke, but we've been on several trail rides and he's doing great, he's the kind of horse that is loyal to that one person, I don't mind that, he knows he's mine and I belong to him. I look forward to several years and many miles with him. He's a big horse, has a commanding presence to him, and such a intelligent mind, alittle high strung if not worked regularly, but I really don't mind that eather. Theres simply nothing like having a one on one relationship with a horse that you've spent alot of time with. this is my partner. Bo has some points in Most colorful, with very limited showing as a two year old.