No, I wouldn't object to him.. He seems like a nice horse from just the little bit we've seen. I would definitely want better pictures of him and for you to go try him out a time or two before you buy him. Don't fall in love with him just yet, you never know. If he's already doing a few play days and is successful with it, and he's calm..He's already versatile and knows the deal when it comes to work. I would get with a trainer and talk to him/her about your personal goals, set small goals and big goals..It's nice to have that one big goal but it may take a really long time to get to that goal, the small goals along the way is what will keep you going..Hell, I've been running really competitively for 8ish years now and I still haven't hit my "big goal"..I'm close, but not quite there.. I would also get your trainer to go see Tex with you. S/he will be able to tell a lot by seeing the horse in person and seeing how you two do together.
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