Originally Posted by NBEventer
Meh he would be nicer as a gelding imo. I swear his colour is the only reason he is a stallion. There are much nicer reining stallions out there. His front end is just very yuck.
That's very often the case with cremellos. They are bred because of color and color alone.
Trainerunlimited, IMO downhill is still a fault in conformation, and breeding to a downhill horse simply for a bloodline is not something I would ever intentionally do. There HAS been an increase in downhill QH and APHA horses, and it makes my head hurt. I really hope this is not becoming the new trend. Some horses may be showing well even downhill, but that's IN SPITE of it, not because if it.
This studs feet also do not look great, from the pictures on his FB. Whether that's due to poor trimming or genetics, I don't know.
In the end though, it's the OP's decision, so if she is happy with the cross, then I wish her the best.