He is a nice horse with a wonderful attitude and could be a lovely prospect for many dicplines I imagine.
In my humble opinion, 60 days is not enough to begin jumping and 3yo is a little young. I would be working on establishing a strong foundation. Personally, if I was looking for any type of jumper and came across a 3yo that had begun jumping after minimal flatwork I would avoid him like the plague.
In regards to the following:
Originally Posted by LynnF
Thanks for the input guys. Like I said this was only our second time jumping so I don't really want to start any gymnastics or anything too tricky for him until he calms down and gets good at just one jump.
This thinking is a little backwards. Any
horse can throw itself over a single 2 foot jump. Teaching them to jump correctly is much harder and requires
gymnastics/cavaletti work to establish good form. I would recommend starting with ground poles and teaching him distances/striding first.
All that said he looks like a nice horse and I wish you luck finding him a good home.