My other thread isn't getting attention so here's a new, fresh one. I really do need help and input guys, because this is my first time starting a process like this.
His owner says: He has not been jumped in the "traditional" sense. He is very athletic and he will walk & trot over ground poles, we play on the trails and jump over logs and trees that are down so I feel that he would be good at it. He is very collected, light on the bit and moves out wonderfully. He doesn't have any vices. He gets along great with other horses. He has been out with gelding & mares and mixed herds. He was never stalled before I got him so a pasture board situation would be fine. He does get bumps from fly bites (the greenheads & horse flys) so I keep a fly sheet on him when he is out. That is my preference not a requirement. He is very loving and affectionate. He has wonderful ground manners, stands for vet, farrier, worming, mounting, is very quiet to handle, will walk or trot along side you, is respectful of your space when handling at all times. He will stand tied to a trailer or picket line, he stands perfect for tacking. He lunges on a line or free lunge - he knows voice commands and the click kiss for lunging. He ground drives and was trained to pull a cart before I got him. He loads very easily in a straight or slant trailer - I have never used a ramp trailer so not sure about that. He is good for bathing and loves to be brushed and scratched. He is good for fly spraying as well. He is definitely fine for an intermediate/advanced beginner - my 10 year old daughter rode him last year in the arena and my exboyfriend rode him on trails last year while I broke out a different horse. He does have a big trot that is a bit bouncy so as long as you can post/ride english should be just fine. His canter is smooth and feels like you are floating.
He's about an hour away from me. I know there aren't any conformation shots, but I could take some if I went to check him out.