That doesnt look like a Bey, bloodline. I see a couple in his lines way back. Padron was a big bodied Poilsh wasnt he ? Honestly I am still working with my new Walker. She flat out flies for me and very flat efficient gait. But one of these days I'm going to have to learn to trot. If I wasnt horse poor at the moment Id be talking to you about that gelding, 15.2 looks like a nice solid horse.
Joe, thank you so much for your kind comments about Cloney. No, he doesn't look like there's any Bey in him at all really, he took after the *Padron side and that's how he got his nickname, Cloney Padroney. If you look straight on, his blaze is as crooked as *Padron's and getting more so as he dries out.
His dam Patrice C is a very substantial mare, as are his grand dam Kouleysza and his great grand dam Fetyszka. Fetyzska wasn't but about 14.1 or 2 but when that mare puffed up and put on a show, you'd have sworn she was 16 hands until she stood still, LOL! Kou, his grand dam is quite tall, I think she got that from Timmy, Kouvay Bey.
Cloney is one of 3 horses on this property that will die here. Or he could be given to a cherished friend or family member, if I could not care for him, but he'll never be sold by me. I WORSHIP the ground that boy walks on. And to ride him! OMG that is the smoothest horses, including a couple of gaited horses, that I have ever ridden. When he jogs, it's like your sitting on a cloud it's so smooth. His canter just ROLLLLLLLS he gets so rounded....He's absolutely a dream.
He's also got *Padron's ears, tiny, curvey, tippy and set so close sometimes you think they come out of the same hole. And he's a lap dog. A total, in your tent, pet me, love me, fuss over me, lap dog and not a mean bone in his whole body.