On first meeting Trojan comes across as bold and full of confidence but in reality he is a bit of a worrier. He can sometimes react before he thinks and combined with his size this creates the wrong impression of his true character. Trojan is actually just a gentle giant who loves people and he would never intentionally hurt anybody. He is being rehomed as a companion due to poor conformation and action. Trojan is generally good to handle and he would suit a calm, experienced handler to give him confidence and provide a regular routine. Trojan is happier with one or two bigger companions who are content to let him be in charge as he doesn't really like being part of a large herd. This strikingly handsome horse is basically just a genuinely nice person who has been misunderstood in the past.
Trojan is just a bit misunderstood. His size and lack of confidence in some situations can be intimidating to those who don't realise what an honest, genuine horse he really is.
Trojan came to Hall Farm as a potential welfare concern. His elderly owner had several horses and although he had cared for them in the past his own failing health was causing serious concerns that the situation was rapidly deteriorating.
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|Stabling/Shelter||Can live out all year with shelter|
|To Catch in the Field||Good|
|Hay/Feed||Hay during the winter|
Belwade Farm - Aberdeenshire
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