Thanks BuckOff, right now he basically is a trail horse w/ some games thrown in once in awhile (we're slow though because we don't have the patterns down & whatnot
). All said & done though he is a very light & responsive horse to ride "sensitive" is what we all call him which has its benefits....and detractions! LOL! But he is definitely a sweetie on the ground, but needs a rider who can reassure him a lot!
FYI to everyone- I haven't ever ridden dressage and haven't jumped in over 15 years, so any of this that I would do with him would be VERY basic... and I wouldn't push him or expect anything wonderous out of him. Just for fun and to expand his and my skills together.