"Got him with the intention of breeding him."
Well of course, because you know, it is so hard to find a stallion with Mr. Prospector and Native Dancer in his pedigree.
On the positive side, at least the seller is unloading before the horse gets any thinner. If he is as well behaved, pleasant to ride, and sound as advertised he could be a good deal for someone. He is a very nice looking horse, I think.
Craigslist ad says:
6 yr old TB,...need to sell - $800 (nky)
got this guy with intentions of breeding him, i have another stallion too and it just isnt working out having 2. he is broke to ride, handles well, loads, ties, good with feet, stands for mounting. He is sound. He has really nice movement. Possible polo prospect, eventing. good confirmation, stands between 15.1 & 15.3 hh. son of Northern fleet, has Mr. Prospector and Native Dancer! EXCELLENT BLOODLINE....This guy got overlooked. Papers in hand. MUST SELL!!! NEED HAY!! if interested call or text 606_748_9486
I look at this guy and I don't see anything not to like. Some of the comments on this thread don't make sense to me but maybe I just don't know very much or have a good eye for a horse.
Of course he doesn't need to be a stallion, and I'm not a fan of those bloodlines for breeding (although Silver Deputy was a very attractive ND type), but this horse looks like a decent type to me. If he's 15.2hh, that's perfectly fine for most women and for most riders of reasonable balance and skill.
His weight/condition is also fine for a horse that's not in work. His coat has some shine to it and his mane and tail are thriving.
The fact that he's still intact and can stand tied like that around all that junk and other horses speaks to him having a good brain.
I think he's a nice one. I hope he finds a good home.