05-30-2013, 06:35 PM
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I think he's lovely. I think he has a sweet expression and possibly gets a little strong in some of the lines but has the ability to float down the lines on the step and make it look easy. (unfortunately "lazy" is a bit of the look that hunters have these days) He is a hair sloppy over these little jumps but, well, they're little. Although in the picture he hangs his lower legs. Even still, I'd like to see him over something bigger to really evaluate his jump. He's not the BEST mover as hunters go but he is a cute mover. If you want the best mover, double his price and start from there. I don't think he's over priced at all. Mid to low 5 figures for an A show warmblood that has been to zone finals and has experience in all 3 rings is nothing. Check out the trainer's other horse she has for sale on bigeq. 3 year old hunter PROSPECT that's barely jump and just been started undersaddle in the same price range. "A" show horses are expensive. He's definitely worth a look. My question would be how ridable he is. I'd like to see how strong he gets jumping, what kind of prep he needs at shows, etc.