* Don't say the pictures don't do him justice. If they don't do him justice take better pictures.
This is completely true. When you think about the money people spend on horses, if the horse costs two grand, and the average basic wage is $20 an hour that amount of money is equivalent to 100 hours of work. So if you're wanting the money you'll spend an hour taking good photos of your horse - it's nothing in the long run. I can never understand ads for horses in the thousands with poor photos, poor description or poor seller communication.
I wouldn't be recommending all these disciplines without reason. People can see the photos and they can judge his build, recommend him for a cow horse if he has shown he has talent at working cattle, or a hunter-jumper if he's demonstrated skills in that discipline, but don't just throw random things out there for no reason. It doesn't read quite right.
I personally don't like how ads say he's ready to go somewhere to fulfill his full potential or something. It's irrelevant what he's going to do. I also wouldn't mention off days or anything like that. Don't make it too wordy as people just skim horse adds. I'd cut it right down.
Dimensional Wrangler is a 5 year old, grey, 15hh reg AQHA gelding. Rides both english and western, and can also be ridden bareback, or just with a halter. Can be ridden in the arena or out, alone or in a group, where he has a lovely canter and can go all day. Excellent ground manners and easy to do everything with. UTD with shots, farrier, teeth and drenching. With the potential to excel in a range of disciplines, Wrangler is best suited to a confident rider who can further his educations. Please contact me with any further questions or to arrange a time to see Wrangler.
I'd also put a price down, IME people are more likely to respond, even with offers, if there is already an advertised price. All the other info you can give to people when they call you!!!
Good luck and let us know how it goes!