He might get 800.00 where I am in Maryland. You don't know if he picks up his back feet, I'm assuming he doesn't tie. Does he bathe? has he started lunging at all? loading? standing quietly for vet and farrier? Is he up to date on vaccines, feet? All these factor in to price. Kicking is a problem. This isn't a yearling trained to do basic ground work, it's a barely handled one.
Whatever you do, take really good pictures and get a movement video. THEN post your ad. By good pictures I mean conformation shots, you can find a post about how to take good confirmation shots under the confirmation sub thread. A cloudy day where there is no glare from the sun is the best time for pictures.
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