$1500, sight unseen (eek, right?). He's a 17-month-old TWH. I've only had him for a week now, but he's been "mine" since May. You can see him in my avatar at 12 months. He's going through the gangliest yearling stage ever, so his current photos do him no justice. I paid $800 to transport him from Montana (700-800 mile trip). It's a lot, especially considering there are saddle-broke TWH's all around me for cheaper, but I specifically wanted an old-style walker, versus one with lots of modern show lines. I need an athlete with an amazing temperament, and so far, so good :) He's my forever horse, so I'm okay with what I paid.
He has his ground manners down, there's not much I need to do with him. He was bred and raised on a cattle ranch with other horses until he came to me. I thought he would be a project until he's ready to work under saddle (just for the fact that he's a yearling), but I haven't come across anything I really need to work on him with yet! He doesn't spook at anything
(I love him!). He's good with my kids and so far has let me do whatever I want to him. The ranch owner at the place I board at told me today he really likes him and can tell he'll be a great horse.
He will be my trail horse and I hope to do some non-competitive long-distance and/or endurance riding with him in several years.
*I went back and edited a lot out. I tend to ramble, especially since I don't have a single real-world friend that likes horses. So, it's always exciting to get to talk about him, lol.*