TP Fuller BS (“Fuller”)

Paint Gelding, Registered


DOB: 1999 Height: 15 H Location: Anne Arundel County

Suitable Discipline(s):
Companion, English, Western, Trails, Pleasure
Rider Suitability:
Intermediate, Advanced
Handler Suitability:
Intermediate, Advanced

Additional Information

If you’re looking for a solid trail horse to enjoy quiet, easy rides through the country side, TP Fuller BS may be the guy for you! Fuller is a 1999, 15h double registered Paint gelding who is seeking a new home due to his owner experiencing life changes. Fuller is registered with the American Paint Horse Association and the Pinto Horse Association of America, Inc. He has been primarily used for trail riding throughout his life. Upon buying him in 2009, his owner says he was very guarded and defensive with people and she suspects he may have been treated poorly. She has worked hard to get him to where he is today and he is now a relaxed, quiet boy who just needs to live the quiet life for the remainder of his golden years.

Fuller is well-behaved overall, but does benefit from someone who can reinforce boundaries and manners consistently and fairly. Under saddle, he is solid for an intermediate rider, but could do well for an advanced beginner with supervision. We witnessed him go w/t/c under saddle and it’s clear that he is very well-trained. He goes in a low port curb bit and prefers a loose rein with minimal contact. He is responsive to his rider’s aids and will respond to both neck and direct rein. Fuller has a steady, almost lazy way of going, which makes him the ideal horse for a rider looking to relax on the trail. He would be best suited to a home with someone who is not seeking to do much other than enjoy easy hacks on the trail. Fuller is confident going out alone and with a group, during which he likes to lead or follow. His owner would prefer that he not go to a lesson barn or busy boarding facility, and is instead seeking a private home or small, quiet boarding barn.

Fuller does best turned out 24/7 with access to shelter, as he tends to pace when stalled. He tends to get bullied from him food, so he will need to be separated during meal times to ensure he gets proper nutrition. Fuller wasn’t castrated until he was 3 years old, so he does tend to get flirty with the girls and would do best in a gelding-only herd. He is barefoot and stands well for the farrier. He ties, loads, sprays, bathes and accepts tack with zero issues. Fuller is UTD on shots, Coggins, farrier and deworming. His teeth are due for a float and his owner is hoping to get that done soon. His owner is willing to send him with all of his tack, blankets and grooming supplies.

If you feel you can enjoy the trails with this sweet guy, inquire about him today!