Indy is a real head turner with his handsome good looks and muscular confirmation. Indy is a beautiful Grey with dappled hindquarters and tail to the ground. He shows confidence on trail and is usually goes first when there is something on trail that spooks the other horses. Indy is as willing of a horse as you could ask for. Responds off of light cues with your leg or reins and aims to please. He is very well trained, ridden by trainer 2 days a week (for the past year) in arena to keep light and sharp. He'll show you lead changes, rollbacks and easy stops.
Want to try team sorting or team penning? Indy does it and he is a blast. We have placed in several events. Also went to an ACTHA trail skills event with my wife and her friends and Indy and I placed 4th without any training or practice, OK, they were not happy about that. But that is how willing and easy he is on trail. Keep in mind there were tarps, cowboy curtains, side passes through gates, spins in tight areas, and other crazy stuff. Not my thing, but it seems he would excel at those events, with little effort.
Indy rides out alone, and is no different in a group setting. He will lead, follow, or ride in the middle; wherever you choose to put him. Indy has great ground manners. He is well behaved for the vet and farrier and stands patiently. He will stand tied quietly for hours. He is easy to bridle, tack up and groom. He came off a cattle ranch so he will easily step over logs, cross bridges, and go through water. He will walk into the trailer and head down the road. He loads right up, and backs out quietly. Indy has been camping, exposed to dogs, cars, atv's, mountain bikes, farm equipment, tarps, flags, cows, trucks and much more. Indy is sound and healthy. He has no lameness issues or health problems. He has solid large feet that keep him sure footed. He is up to date on shots, de-worming, and farrier. My wife and daughter both ride him too. Husband safe, ha, ha.
Selling this horse is extremely hard for me as we have been through so much together, but I really want to get into team roping, and need a horse trained for that. By the way, Indy is not small, I am 6'4" so he might look smaller with my long legs on him. But he is a muscular horse and has no trouble taking me around.
Indy has a very good disposition; great looks and whinnies to me when I whistle. If you are looking for best friend that will bring confidence to a group ride or just you and he on trail, Indy is a horse you need to meet.