You will find standies are sweet, affectionate, and personable, intelligent and, most geldings, goofy at times.
They've seen it all( pretty much), have lots of handling, stand tied for hours, for the vet and farrier, being tacked up. They do go, when asked, but usually don't lose their head over it.
My first trotter did toelt, or rack( I think that's the equivalent to toelt), but he had mainly American bloodlines. My other one never offered, she was almost exclusively of Italian lines. I was told the American lines bring the gait in trotters.
As you can probably tell, I have a soft spot for them
I'm also not a gait specialist, so somebody else will have to jump in. But as a breed, I really like them, they're versatile, you can do just about anything with them, and they're fun!
Oh yeah, and we need pictures....