This is a 16.2 hh belgian/han cross gelding that we are considering for my fiance to have not only a riding horse, but a horse to do some of his mounted combat/joust on.
He's priced pretty reasonably.
For those that aren't familiar with the re-enactment stuff, mounted combat is exactly that. Fighting with 'swords' (read, rattan covered in foam.) and can range from lots of turn on the haunches and spinning to just bullying the other rider around with your horses mass. All while merrily beating them with a stick. The joust just requires straight lines at a steady smooth gait. (Which he did have.)
I've look at the full drafts, and they just aren't able to move fast enough to be competitive. This guy is green, but well started on the basics. He w/t/c baths, loads, and has close to the most ideal ground manners I've encountered compared to 99% of the horsey population I've found so far. He's pretty quiet, responsive to the aides I tried, and when unsure just seems to get quiet and wait for a solution to appear. He did buck at the canter, but it was about the same "eh, I really would rather not" kinda buck, and not a vicious I am going to kill you buck. Once convinced he needed to continue, he did so, and did not buck again.
These are my pictures, but not my horse, so feel free to be critical as all get out, but I would ask that you try and remember he's not mine yet in your comments.