He's not a bad horse. Not a candidate for FEI levels but there should be no reason that he couldn't work to medium level with a knowledgable rider.
His legs are quite straight though the pastern angle is a little more sloped than ideal, and slightly sickle hocked.
Shoulder is fairly steep so you're not going to get those beautiful big reaching front limbs of a well bred WB, but they won't be too restrictive.
Back is a good length, a tiny bit weak through the croup with a high set tail.
Nice girth on him with a well set neck of good length. Gullet is a bit thick but won't be an issue.
His neck is weak with some under muscle but that is classic of an Aussie tb that has been out of work.
I'd be working him fairly deep for now, really bending him around your legs and getting the hind legs to cross. Working him somewhat deep will encourage the lift in his back and in front of the wither, and you will see quite a quick development of muscle over his topline.
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