Well, I don't know where you are located, so that makes a difference in the market. BUT, I have a registered QH gelding for sale, similar breeding (Freckles Playboy, Peppy San Badger, Doc O'Lena), and he is dead broke, trained in western neck reining and some roping work, and now he is being trained for Hunter/Jumper. I am selling him for $2500. But I live in the South, and everything here is cheaper and he will be a hard sell unless I 'dumped' him for $500, which I would just never do. But since I can't breed him, I suppose you have to take that into account. A good way to look is to go on Craigslist, Equinenow and maybe Horseclicks and find animals in your area with similar breeding, papers and see what people are selling them for ... make sure to check the listing date, however, so you can see how LONG they've been on the market. If they are on the market for 180 days, the price is probably too high.