I'll let the ad and video speak for themselves. This horse has a stellar disposition. I will say that the owner is very kind to him and for that reason I don't want to make fun but...it's still worth a read and view.
Sweet horse. Yes, owner is very kind and it was kind of amusing when he was handling the latigo like he was thinking, "what's this doing here?" The only criticism I have is where he has that saddle placed. The points of the tree are sitting directly on his (her?) shoulder blades - ouch!
Yogurt - If you're so cultured, how come I never see you at the opera? Steven Colbert
Wow, apparently Ohio has changed since I lived there as a teenager.... apparently you now need a sidearm to make a video in your own yard? From my mostly Canadian point of view, very strange indeed. And apparently grooming prior to sales video is optional?
"can give beginner lessons/horse care if needed. none of witch are real complex" Well, I beg to differ. I lasted about 3 weeks giving beginner lessons. It was a very complex conversation trying to explain to someone why they couldn't jump until they could stay on at a trot. Guess I was the witch
I'd buy that horse if he ties. I don't want to buy a sawhorse for my saddle.
"Everyone will start to cheer, when you put on your sailin shoes"-Lowell George
I was holding my breath when the guy left the saddle un-cinched to put the bridle on. As someone else noted, that was an interesting way to bridle a horse, but if that's how he always does it, that must be what Melvin is used to, and the guy was gentle and kind to him. I am assuming the horse is named Melvin, not the guy.
Melvin stood very well for mounting, which impressed me, since that can be a problem for OTTBs.