Henry is nice, well built QH gelding, he is very sweet, and gentle. He stands like a rock, untied for the farrier, shots and grooming. He does fly sprays, electric clippers and saddles great. He has a gentle old man soul but is athletic and can move out on the trail. I got him for my husband and he doesnt really want to ride, silly husbands, so henry does not get rode much at all. He has been to a trainer in sabin, MN for outside trail miles and finishing work last year. She said he was awesome, they had packs of dogs come up to them and traffic and he was great. She rode him by himself, and he does good and good with other horses. He is very low in our herd here, just a non confortational type of gelding, minds his own business. Loves attention and will come to you when he sees you, never ever runs from anyone no matter if you have the saddle in your hand or not, he just loves attention. I would say with some riding his personality would make a great all around family horse but henry needs some outside trail riding miles, as he was a lesson horse in an arena for many years. He is super, super good with traffic, nothing at all bothers him, he doesnt even flinch with trucks, cars, tractors, 4 wheelers you name it, great traffic horse. He has had lots of miles but has become very dependent on my mare, and is a much better riding horse when I first got him and when he is away from my mare. So since no one here rides henry he would better suited away from our farm with maybe other geldings. He really is a sweet boy and is very good with almost everything and deserves a great home. Henry flexes nice with a seesaw of the reins his head goes right down, he knows how to neck rein well and his cues for trotting, and loping, does them all very well. So he is well trained but needs to be away from my mare and get some of his independence back..Also will consider trades for hay, other things as well, as long as its a fair trade I am open to offers for henry. Also henry would be a great lesson horse as he is well trained on his cues, and commands in an arena setting. I would not recommend him for beginners out on the trail until tested by a parent. Henry is good, just needs more time outside to gain his confidence back. Away from my mare like I said he was great at the training stable, inside and out side, him and my mare need to be separated both will be better suited.