They said he has "green moments" and that he "falls int corners" and "needs light contact or he'll pull"
Here's the info I got:
|His previous owner let him fall into the corners, something that he does not do nearly as bad, but he still does require a little bit of extra inside leg; if you are in his face and pulling on him he will eventually start to pull on you, so he is more of a soft-contact with the reins sort of horse that responds more to your seat. He gets a little excited jumping and is a little hard to pull up afterwards sometimes, but nothing bad, and he usually works out of it after a few minutes. If you're really in his face going up to a jump he resists your contact a little bit (which you can see in the one "hunter" video I have on my youtube account HJRider97). He's bold to jumps. Not crazy and uncontrollable or fast, just bold. Not in a bad way, just a this-horse-is-definitely-not-a-hunter way, lol. He really is the sort of horse you have to ride more than once because he needs time to adjust to you, and is going to test you the first time. He is just loaded with so much potential though. I highly suggest taking him on trial if you can see his potential, because once you take him home and ride him a few times he will be a completely different horse, and then you should be able to decide if he's the horse for you or not. This horse is not dangerous or difficult at all and once you figure him out he's super easy. He's never done anything wrong and has no buck, rear, bite, crib, pace, weave, etc. in him. He won't take off on you and he doesn't even really spook. He is just an all around great horse that needs someone willing to put some time into him.|