I emailed and asked a few questions this is her reply. I bolded the parts that concerned me.
He is a super trail horse. Goes any place! I took him on the VQHA ride that was 4 hours long. He pretty much led the whole thing. He would go through pretty rough spots others didn't want to go through. He crossed bridges that were 20 feet in the air over large brooks. Walked between two big boulders. Those were there to keep the atvs out! He doesn't care if he leads or follows. He can go out alone or in a group. He is not herd bound. He comes to you in the pasture. He is an easy keeper. Gets no grain. He has super good feet.
Should never have to where shoes. Only requires a trim 1/4 as much as normal horses. He wears them down good on his own. He is suitable for an intermediate rider.
He goes down the road no problem. He is not spooky. Very hearty horse.
Smooth gaits. Good ground manners. Picks his feet up. Trailers, ties.
I bought him off a lady in VT who was getting out of horses. She was an elderly woman that was inexperienced. She had two and I bought them both. Cheyenne hadn't been riden in a year. I got on him, and he never did anything wrong. I just need to find him a particular rider.
I have had a lot of people like him and want to buy him, but they only want to give me $500. He is too nice of a horse. I like him and I have a blast riding him. He is not registered. I am located in Starksboro, vt. His name is Cheyenne. I do ride in the winter when I get the chance. I usually trail ride or ride in my arena. Let me know if you would like to come see him. His price is firm. Please call me with any other questions
And a couple of more pictures that she sent me. So what concerns be is she said suitable for intermediate does that mean he needs an intermediate or does that mean he is good for one because he has go when you want it. What does a particular rider mean? Does she mean a home that is good or a rider that is really good? Other than that I think he is awesome. Mason for sure has the money to buy him and care for him. He makes way more than I do and I think riding is something that would bring us together even more.