Hi there folks, my name is Logan. I am a big, strapping guy but don’t be intimidated by my size (especially my large head). I am really just a big teddy bear. I am a 16.1 hand chestnut Belgian Quarter Horse born in 2004. I am a true gentleman. I stand like a statue to be groomed and have very good ground manners. My donors, Carla and John Babcock, made sure I had all the proper training. I was on the Hunt Field for many years until 2017 when I tore my left rear ligament. I am all healed and cleared for work, just no jumping anymore, as the vet does not want me to re-injure the tendon. So, here I am. I became a part of the Fieldstone Team in April of 2019. I am just thrilled to be here and I have so much to offer this program.

I have done it all- fox hunted, parades, trail and have been ridden both English and Western. I enjoy lots of attention and lots of different activities. Nothing phases me; I have pretty much seen it all. I am very good with all the ring activities. I am super easy to lead, but please don’t forget to give me verbal guidance. One thing I am not is a mind reader. I am very easy to work with and responsive to my rider. I am a very laid back fella and I enjoy working. This big body was made to work. With these long legs you would expect me to have a big walk, right?! Nope, not me. I like to walk at a nice leisurely and consistent pace. I am perfect for independent riders since I am so steady and even. Everyone will want to ride me; I don’t make a wrong move. I am one solid guy.

I know this career is going to be the perfect move for me! So many activities to be a part of and I really can’t wait to get involved with the Veteran’s program.

This big huggable guy will see you very soon, I am sure!

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