I'm another who would like to know if anyone has seen him. His test scores were outstanding, with 10s for character, willingness to work, and temperament. He scored higher in dressage than jumping and won the test with his overall score. Plus he is gray.
He looks a little bit "hock stiff" to me in the video.
I agree........but not sure if it is actual stiffness but that he is seem awfully straight behind.......or maybe both.......I do know there is something funky about his back end that I don't like........I do love his front end.
I have seen him at the stallion show this yerar - really liked him and it is said he is heavily used !
Mr. Sosath schooled him not only over jumps that everning but did very nice lateral work etc. If I would have a jumping mare - he would be considered as I would want rideability.
I was recently at Sosaths and was able to play with levinsonn and fell in love with him I watched him go as well as to see him up close and personal. He is not only beautiful but also such a sweet boy. There is also nothing funny behind that I saw. They are starting to use him now and most of the agents did not even have have him yet. As soon as I returned home I set up a shipment and now have the first and only foal in the US from Levisonn due next Spring. The mare we bred with is a fancy holsteiner, Contender, Cor de La bryere Cross. Hope this link works http://www.hunterjumperprospects.com...pect%20cor.htm