I am selling a very good gelding. He is safe for anyone who rides with balance. Because he is very sensitive to leg pressures to get cues from his rider anyone just starting would have him confused if they continued to squeeze to stay on. His best match is someone who will be light in his mouth and body. He never has to be scolded. Hollywood really wants to do what you ask him to do. Pictures below are with Ken McNabb and me, also Julie Goodnight and me. I've owned him for 3 years and I can see he is one of the best horses I have ever had. Hollywood Star (barn name) Reg. name: Heza Bandjoe Dunit. I have also done level 1 of parelli with him. He is a left brain introvert. Have also played with cows with him and he loves it. I just don't know much about cows but we had a good time playing. He works off light hands and leg pressure. He can even ride bridleless when you get to know his buttons. I have used him for trail riding here on the coast and miles and miles in the mountains. He'll ride with a pack of dogs, by himself or with others. He will go down in a ditch to cross or jump which ever you ask. He will side pass both ways, turn completely around for you to get on a mounting block, stand quiet for while your talking or for shoeing. Before I got him he had been in reining training. I have used him for ACTHA rides, and lots of trail rides. He has a great jog that is consistent easy to sit and smooth. He'll pick up his leads (both) with just slight pressure on his side. My vet says he is the most balanced Quarter Horse she has ever worked on. He is sound in every way. His manners are equal to the best. He stands 14.2 hands just right for the shorter rider. Two years ago I rode him in American Trail Horse Challenges. We were always in the ribbons. There is a video on You Tube in which I was auditioning for their TV special. The title: Pick Me, Linda Hanchey and Hollywood. Then this past Nov. Ken McNabb used him in a demonstration to show how to work with a spooky horse. Look on facebook Ken McNabb go to Va. demonstration and see how he reacts to moving objects or go to my facebook and see same video. This horse is one of the better horses. He is most respectfull to humans and other animals. I am only selling him because I want to buy a finished Cowboy Mounted Shooting horse. My trainer does very well with Hollywood in shooting but I'm just a beginner shooter and I need a finished horse. Hollywood doesn't mind the noise but he reacts to new places like in door arenas. His spook is like you see in the video with Ken. He never spins, or bucks or runs he simply jumps in place. I could write a whole book of this supper nice horse and I wouldn't be able to express what a great horse he is. I had a trainer tell me last year he learned faster than any horse she had every worked with. I do believe he is smarter than me. He makes me look good. If you are in the market for a horse to demonstrate fine horsemanship then you might want to take a second look at Hollywood. He has one beautiful head, kind eye and balanced body. Give me a call and I'll talk to you more about my Hollywood Star.(notice his brand on his left hip- a big Star) That is what he is. He does not crib, bite wood, chase dogs or rub all over you. He is a true gentleman. I love him and hope you will too.