2010 Bay colt, sired by my stallion, Bur-Dal Lord Solomon (champion producer), out of a Dutch Warmblood mare by Graf Gotthard.
Client bred this mare, got the foal, and has lost interest in the horses really. I foaled the mare out, and the colt is nice. Good mover, good conformation, fantastic Dressage prospect. Expected to mature around 13.2 hands. Eligible for Half Welsh registration. NOTHING has been done with him. The story I'm getting is that he's "sweet", and will come up to you, but I don't think he's ever had a halter on. Not even weaned (yikes), hasn't had any vaccinations/deworming. Nothing. I know that they are getting fed fine, and have a shelter, good turnout, etc...
The colt isn't "in danger", or I would have taken him a while ago, but he needs a home. Owner isn't going to do a thing with him, and it's inexperienced with young horses. I really think this colt will be NICE. He's one of the better moving Dressage pony foals I've seen (or was at three weeks, haven't seen him move since). I would take him if I had time for another project, but just don't have the time right now.
I cannot say what he looks like now, as I haven't seen him in several months, but he had straight legs and good feet last time I saw him.
He is not mine- but I am authorized to find him a home. I am the owner of the sire, and the person who owns him has left him at her parents' house, and is not around to assist in finding him a home.
I've been really tempted to get him as a resale myself, however I just do not have the time. The sire produces really trainable, and easy going offspring with excellent movement and conformation. I believe it was the mare's first foal, but the damsire was Graf Gotthard, who had a great jump, so I assume this colt will be able to jump.