Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Central Western NSW, Australia
First up, he seems a little pricey for a pleasure horse haha. If I could afford one like him though, I'd go for it.
He honestly doesn't look like a pure Friesian to me. Their necks are usually higher set, and back a little shorter than that I think.
Now on to what you actually want :P He looks beautiful on the move, though he doesn't track up in the trot, though it could be the fact that it was such a lazy pace. He looks to have nice solid legs, short cannons and pasterns, short back... Everything we bigger people need to look for. He looks nice and square too.
I like him. I think you should go and see him, he seems great.