It is hard not to be distracted by his beauty. Can't see much conformation wise although he looks to be a nice, solid type and defo my kind of horse.
Couldn't agree more with this:
Originally Posted by DuffyDuck
Personally, for me, low level dressage isn't all about flashy gaits, its about having a horse that is calm enough, but has enough motor, to do what you want and what you ask for.
So I think a lot will depend on his attitude and trainability. Having very little training can actually be a huge bonus as starting from the start and doing it right the first time is easier than retraining bad habits, even with an older horse
I broke in a 13 year old last year and he was the easiest horse I have backed in a long time as he had a good mind and willingness to learn. Much much easier than trying to retrain an equivilent horse that has been subjected to ineffective/incorrect training throughout their life, so personally I wouldn't worry too much about his lack of training.
Price wise its hard to say, as Endiku mentioned, here in Texas he wouldn't fetch much at all (if anything) which is sad because he is a nice type. However, if I was in the market and liked his attitude I'd pay up to $1000 for him, papers don't mean diddly quat to me and I don't think you'll need them for what you want to do