The Goddess is loved by most of the other horses and most people. They are expressive and sensitive and emotional. You will know how they feel. They try very hard to please and will worry and be anxious if you are not happy with them. In the negative they can have scattered energy that is hard to get focused. This personality can be loved on as much as you want.
But after a day like yesterday, I realize that I would be foolish to sell such an amazing horse. I hadn't been on his back in nine weeks. He spent a month in a stall followed by another month with access to his paddock. He hasn't been turned out to do anything in all that time. His hand walks have been very slow and involved more grazing than walking.
Yesterday,I groomed him, wrapped his legs to support the healing tendon, and threw on my riding halter. Without even a moment of hesitation, I slid onto his back and pointed him down the road.
Honestly, how many horses, especially those of breeds known to be hot (a mellow Arab?) would have been so well behaved after so much time off? It never even occurred to me that he wouldn't be a good boy. Rock Star or Goddess this horse is simply too good to sell.
Although ... I could do a lot with a million bucks. Any offers?