He's a nice looking horse but I would enter him in as many shows as you can! And really aim for the big time AQHA shows as that's where people will really see him. I don't know about other people, but the first thing I look at for in a stallion is perfect conformation (or close to) and 2nd is show record witch to me is just as important as conformation. Here is the stallion I have been thinking about breeding one of my mares to, Cocolalla Creek Sport Horses - Radikal
He's got a little more white than I like but he was the 2008 stallion of the year. And he's 30mins away.
Also I wouldn't focus on doing AI breeding now, shipping seamen is something you will want to do later in life when people far away will want to breed to him, Anyone near you wont want to do AI because its SO SO expensive. A warmblood breeder I know did it from a stallion that's over in new york and had over $1,000 in vet bills and fee's them the stable she had to keep her mare at. So good luck!! Be sure to update us on his progress!!