He is doing very well, thanks for asking. For those of you who don't know, Cooper is my horse who was stuck on a broker's lot in Pennsylvania after going through the New Holland auction. Horses purchased by these brokers are either headed straight for slaughter or sent back through the auction to make a buck so they can purchase more. It's an awful situation that I've described here before.
But this is about Cooper and how well he's doing:-) He is at a trainer's and I adore her. And he is very bonded with her, paying attention and trying to please. Because he was likely a buggy horse, he will take a rider but doesn't know very much. He was used to pointing his nose straight ahead, keeping his body straight, and getting that buggy where it was going.
Here are a few photos after he'd been worked by the trainer, rinsed, had an apple, and was drying off before going back to his stall. Have a very nice Friday and weekend.