The vid is pretty deceiving. When I first saw him as I was getting a good ground look, he wasn't tracking up at all on either side. He does take a few rounds of the ring to warm up into it and then he strides properly, tracking up quite nicely actually. He's only been back in "training" a month or so from ponying so he is trying to build up that muscle strength again. He has a little more weight to catch up on and needs more muscle in his hindquarters but I think he'll get there.
He really was sweet and very willing. He was very responsive to leg, maybe too much yet as just a slight tightening of the calf muscle was enough to send him into a trot..or canter. For him right now pressure means go rather than bend or collect.
I have a friend that is looking to sell her green Frisian mare in the MD/VA area. I'm not sure of her history but she's a very nice mare.