First, he's definitely got the looks, very beautiful! Second, I do see an awful lot of issues with his conformation therefore making him a horrible prospect for breeding and I'd be a bit peeved if the colt really does have some foals on the ground. Third and most importantly, I'd be concerned about the way his bones have grown in his legs due to lack of hoof maintenance. If he was really bred previously I'd watch out for it taking an effect on his attitude. Definitely a good deal that he's in your hands now, I love when people rescue horses and take in ones that truly do need a new home quickly rather than those that are being back yard bred(and overbred) and just sold because they don't fit into show plans. His bloodlines are pretty good too. Hope he turns out to be a mighty fine and flashy eventer for you :)
"Blame it on my wild heart."
Last edited by Spastic_Dove; 12-10-2010 at 06:01 PM.