Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Stroudsburg, Pa
His conformation isn't awful, but he's not spectacular either. In my area you would be lucky to $1000 for him. He's pretty average, as far as looks go. Hell my grandmother just sold her triple-registered buckskin yearling with conformation slightly better than your guy for $300. Even my mare, who is an excellent barrel horse and youth horse as well as a steady trail horse, I wouldn't get $2500 for her. So yeah, I personally don't see him fetching all that much money. I can go to New Holland or Camelot and get a similar horse in both looks and bloodlines for under $500.