He's a COOL motor scooter. Lots of personality, playful, but all business when you head down the alley. I bought this guy as 2 year old stud with the intention of breeding him once, gelding him, then selling him as a finished 5 or 6 year old. Well the time has come. He currently is running in the 2D. He has clocked in the 1D, but never won and money there. He easy to ride, very quite, no funny business. Just point him at the pocket, set, say whoa, and tip his nose on the back side of the barrel. He runs in medium twisted snaffle and tie down. Dry rides on a loose rein every where but the alley. He gets a lil on the muscle when you head in (not stupid, just ready to work). Coke is a very confident guy, not much worries him (but he doesn't like minis, go figure). I hauled him to a few open rodeos and he handles all the chaos well. He is still progressing and will continue step up more. He will be a solid 1D horse or rodeo pony with a smaller rider. I'm 6 ft, weigh 200 lbs and ride a 40lb cutting saddle and he totes me with ease. He is not for a beginner because although he is gentle, he strong and he runs hard. An experienced youth would have no problem with him. He has a great handle, and soft mouth, and easy to stop coming out. He's 100% sound. Vet check welcome at buyer expense.