Yes, we are planning on maybe leasing him out to someone who has time for him and could train him, as we have almost no time. From his pedigree/type of welsh that he is it seems a lot of the stallions have heavy necks and the fact that he has no exercise is partially why his bum looks sos mall, he has no muscle. Though his bum being higher is an interesting fact, now that's it been pointed out it seems a lot more obvious to me then before. And with the hoof/feet problems that is a slight result of not getting his hoofs done properly when he was a yearling/at his old barn. It has actually been corrected a lot more since the photos were taken but he will always have it, and I think he may have had the toeing out already when he was young but no one ever attempted to even make it better, quite the opposite. We are planning on maybe breeding him a bit more since his daughter turned out so well, we are planning on maybe breeding him with some lighter/taller mares. Thanks for the critique!