Well, here's the case: my grandfather owns two horses that are on the neighbor's farm. The neighbors want to move, but can't find homes for the horses, even though they are free. One of them is a Haflinger gelding named Stormy. Right now, he's a fat pony from not being worked regularly for the past 10 years or so. If other people think he has the right conformation for jumping, I wouldn't show him over 2', unless he showed really impressive athletic ability. I would focus on shedding weight until he's normal pony size, then focus on flatting and lead changes, than jumping. He is around 13hh, and he has a very hunter-type flat kneed trot. I know these aren't from the best angles, but they're all I have for now! If other people decide he has potential for the Modified Ponies and Pre-Children's Ponies over 2', my mom might convince my dad to take him!