Phillip James is a horse who came to us from a seizure case. We were not given any history on him, however he has been a super friendly guy from day one. He greatly enjoys attention and is easy to catch and lead. He stands tied quietly, is great to tack up, and has an unflappable attitude under saddle. He didn't seem to see the point of going in circles in the roundpen for his test ride so he may have more experience out on the trails. Phil isn't spooky or jumpy and he doesn't get in a hurry. He was able to trot under saddle but it did require quite a bit of motivation from his rider. He may have been a packer-type who is used to following behind another horse on a trail. Phil would likely be a great candidate for a kid who knows how to ride on trails, or a good leadline horse. With his go-with-the-flow demeanor he could also be a great choice for therapy work with sidewalkers for clients with physical limitations or differently abled riders. He is not "fancy broke" so he doesn't seem to have many complicated buttons and likely did not have consistent farrier care in his previous home so he does need some consistent work on picking up his hooves, but is otherwise a very snuggly friend. Come meet Phil and fall in love!