Murphy did very well at his breed inspection and received his 2nd premium with a score of 7.241
Poor Murphy had to do his inspection while a t-storm passed through but still held it together. He bathed, trailered and handled this trip away from home without mom very well! Inspection score report available upon request.
Note: At 2 weeks of age he unfortunately popped a splint on his front right. Xrays show it is healing well without interference. At the direction of Cornell and my vet no action is needed. 2nd Set of xrays will be done shortly to check on it and will be available for anyone who wants to see them. He hasn't taken a lame step and this is not an issue. I'm disclosing because it's the right thing to do. Xrays available upon request.
Murphy has a fantastic attitude and isn't phased by anything, and I do mean anything. During the free lunge portion of the inspection there were 3 of us trying to get him to show off. Loud rain, cracks of a whip, waving bags etc and he just looked at us like we were all nuts. If I were to keep him (and I'm tempted to) I would make him my next fox hunter to replace my old man of 24. He's athletic enough for a hunt and laid back enough to let me enjoy it.
Murph was just gelded. He's doing very well and moved into the big boy paddock. He was such a good boy about taking his SMZs too, not once did he put up a fight.
Priced to move! Why buy from Dutch Hollow Acres? Our foals come registered, inspected, with USEF/USDF/IFSHA lifetime numbers as well!