His breeder is high on the FHANA board so I can talk to her. I'm tossing a yearling keuring around in my head for two reasons and right now I'm thinking more towards a two year old maybe.
From the huge rule book I have printed it says injuries what not will not count against but personally believe it all depends on how he's matured through them. To me his shoulder injury has healed, vets say he's made a full recovery however the muscle tone is still noticeably different since he wasn't actively using his right shoulder for a good 3 months. Now that he's been able to get out run buck play and start his training he's coming back but there's still a small difference. On top of that his scar on his ankle is there, slowly disappearing as he grows and he has a huge crack/dent/gash growing out of his hoof. No problems caused by either but they are still noticeable blemishes.
Besides that he still has his sun burn baby fur patches all over him and after this May open breed show he'll be getting a full body shave down to the knees. His most noticeably baby fluff is his muttonchops. His face has shed out to a nice black black except for a line stretching along his jaw. Muttonchops! Kuerings start in September I believe? I'll have to double check.
As for his movement he's been ready since he was a weanling, just wasn't able to go because of her injury. His trot is great and we've been working on his movement since I show him in halter, he's natural and prancy, great extention. I'm not too worried about that being that I prefer to go into something even as personal as a keuring looking at it from a neutral point. I'm not trying to match to other colts but I want to see what mine comes in at with all the work and progress he's made. Again though his noticeable blemishes hold me back.