Alright, so I'm looking at a 6 month old Colt as my next major project.
However, he is Arabian, and I was told he has very good lines.
But I have always owned or trained Thoroughbreds and Warmbloods, I am super uneducated in the Arabian department. I've ridden and shown several nices one though, so I'm more familiar with the traits than I am with the heritages.
Here is his sire's lineage:
Cz Tashiga Arabian
Sire's name is CZ Tashiga & I was told he is a Regional Arabian English Country Pleasure Champion.
The colt's dam is out of a lifetime nominated NSH stallion Samors A Fire (by Pro Fire).
His dam is 3/4 Arabian and 1/4 Saddlebred.
So therefore the Colt has some slight Saddlebred in him.
He is a gorgeous colt, and I'll post pictures soon. I'm looking at him for Hunters or some Jumpers down the road, depening obviously on how he ages. But I figure if I get him this young, I will have a lot of time to work with him and do things with him before I even sit on his back, which will give me such an advantage further down the road.