Beau baby, a bleeder is generally a racehorse, that as has been mentioned above, gets a nosebleed with strenuous work. Obviously, racehorses are under huge amounts of pressure thus I am not worried especially since it has only happened once in his career.
Anebel, yep he's got a nice trot, but as I said in the original post, I'll be going out there and want to see him walk and canter. It is so hard to improve walk and canter so I'll really be looking at him there. I can't ride before I buy as he has not been ridden since being ott so will need a fair bit of work before hand. Unless the owner is ok about me getting him under saddle before he sells, but again, I don't want to put the work into a horse that isn't going to work for me.
Will get video when I go to see him. Didn't ask for it when I enquired as he's only about 30mins from me so I might as well see him in the flesh ;)
Spyder, I'll certainly be checking that splint out and making sure there's no soreness there, but obviously I'm not too concerned if he can't piaffe/passage etc. as I'm only looking for something to play with and dabble in some lower level stuff, maybe up to elementary if I feel like it, just to keep me sane and getting out there haha!
Will post video after I see him, unless I hate him!