can you remind me what you are looking to do? I just worry about using a horse that has a lameness issue for jumping or high level dressage. I would get a pre-purchase either way because known lameness issues raise some flags. Hock injections do cost money but not that much depending on area and if you are looking to sell a horse a sound horse moves quicker than a lame horse. So, I guess for me that's a red flag. They also say that his thoroughbred traits come out which seems like a warning as well. I am not sure what they mean by that but it conjures up the image of a possibly lame horse that periodically has mental break downs and is difficult to control. I can't say much about conformation as I don't know much about it. I know what I like but not much more.