Is this a hunka’ hunka’ burnin’ love, or what? We’d like to introduce you to Khan. Initially a bit standoffish, it didn’t take long for Khan to reveal his true personality, referred to here by its technical term, “Big Puppy.” While still a little shy, Khan warms up to people quickly, and will gently remind you that certain large chestnut Quarter horses are fond of the horse treats you just might have in your pocket. He loves to be groomed and has very nice ground manners - at least right up until dinner time. At that point, his genteel manners fly out the window and a herd of buffalo will not stand between him and his food. Yeah, he could use a little work on that. Khan is 22-years young and his best job will be that of a light trail horse, of the walk-trot persuasion. He currently needs a tune up, but his kind disposition, good looks and submissive herd personality make him ideal as a family horse. If you are looking for a good-looking friend for your BFF, please contact us."