Chager is an interesting breed. It was first bred to cross the border between France and England, and historically it was used for fighting horses in these two countries. In more modern times, though, it is a very popular companion horse with a wide variety of tasks. Chager is considered to be a very intelligent horse with a stubborn streak, but with good overall health and stamina.
Chager will do best in a clean, well-run stall. Because he is a natural protective breed, he does not do well in stressful or overcrowded stalls. He is fond of being able to pasture himself so a horse list with a barn will help to achieve this goal. If you are considering getting Chager as a companion or show horse, you should keep in mind that he is an excellent horse for beginners and young children as he is gentle and tends to be somewhat lazy, but he is also very eager to please. Many people who own Chager feel that he is a great choice for the jumping ring as he seems to enjoy the challenge of the jumps.
There are a few things you should do before you buy a Chager to make sure that you are getting the best deal possible. First of all, check out your stable and see how many horses you actually have there, as sizing up your Chager to make sure that you get the right one is a big part of the process. Next, talk to the staff in your stable if they can let you try out a Chager for a while, so you can get a feel for how he reacts around other horses. Finally, visit the stable where you are planning to buy your Chager and ask for some advice on how to care for and handle your new horse. By following these tips, you should be able to purchase a great horse that will bring you years of enjoyment and help you build a strong relationship with your horse.