01-19-2012, 01:46 PM
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He's one I'd check out.
He's really steady in his movements, and appears to be able to carry the slow movement easily, without "hopping". It looks natural for him. Great for pleasure. I'm sure for the HUS, he'd do well stepping out in pace as well. He's well bred.
He's a nice in-between size for both rail, and pattern classes. I also think his price is beyond fair. These Paints and Quarters are so commonly going for 10k+ for started show horses.
I'd ask for some confo shots though, without tack on, so you can really see his body more.