Boyarin is a gorgeous sweetheart. He is so even-keel around the barn and in the field. He gets along well in just about any group of boys though he will not be suitable to be turned out with mares as he becomes overly bonded. Our staff thoroughly enjoys working around him as he is respectful and pleasant. He does not have any stall vices.
Under saddle, Boyarin going to be so fancy! He does not have a mean bone in his body and would do well where he can be in a consistent program. When he focuses and relaxes in to his work he is drool worthy, both to watch as well as ride. He has the makings of a lovely show hunter. Boyarin can get a bit strong in your hands while he is working through his nervousness so he will be best suited for a solid intermediate rider in a program with a trainer or an advanced rider. He was retired from racing with a bowed tendon which has been fully rehabbed and he is suitable to go on to jumping careers.