Banks has been a lower-level eventer/ dressage horse, but I could see him being a good equitation horse, too. He is very good looking and talented, and is a pretty mover. He is quiet to ride and generally sensible. He could go to shows/ events, but he is also a wonderful trail horse. PM for pics/ more info.
Update 8/18/08: This post was formerly for a free lease, but I have decided to give him away. He flexes positive on two legs (RF and RH) and will likely need some maintenance (hock injections, Adequan, and/or joint supplements) to compete. But he is perfectly happy to jump (loves to do it) and is a great opportunity for someone to have a nice horse.
Last edited by CookiePony; Sep. 1, 2008 at 12:24 AM.
How do you think he'd do with lessons? Our horses only work 3 or 4 days a week and spend the rest of the time out in herds on pasture.
It would depend on the level of the students. He would not be suitable for people learning how to W/T/C/ jump. However, he is steady enough to teach intermediate riders. He's not the easiest horse to get round, however-- dressage is not his favorite. He would love the pasture part!