Rest In Peace, Gus.
He is in his teens (born around 2000) and stands approx 14.3hh.
His front right leg is turned inward. The vet says it will not affect light riding but he should not be worked extensively. He will probably need to wear front bilateral shoes until his hoof on the front right can be regrown to accommodate the twist.
He does not like to be away from other horses. He also does not like to be held tightly. He will stand and lead easily if held lightly. He can be ridden by an experienced rider.