Muz was surrendered with some respiratory issues which were possibly a fungal infection. He was admitted to hospital for a scope and tests which confirmed the fungal infection. He was transported to the University of Qld for treatment which involved flushing out his nasal passages and soaking with an anti-fungal medication and made a full recovery. Muz requires a confident, intermediate to an experienced rider. While he is an honest horse, he is also a large, forward moving horse that requires a rider with the knowledge and ability to get the best out of him. Muz would be a great all-rounder however he has real showing/competition potential with the right rider. Muz has been adopted to an amazing young lady who specialises in trick riding, liberty and roman riding. Muz responded really well in his initial suitability assessment and we are quietly confident that he will shine in his new role once his training is complete and we may even see him participating in demonstrations and performances around Australia!