Your horse has pretty good breeding.
On his dads side he has two appaloosa hall of famers. Wapiti and top hat h. And on his moms side he has a candadian appaloosa hall of fame sir plaudi.
All these boys were used for breeding and were top sires in their day.
Here is wapitis info
Inducted into the ApHC Hall of Fame in 1988
1966 Natl Champion Get of Sire
1974 Canadian Natl Champion Get of Sire
World & Natl Champion Sire
22 Race Starters, $16,793.33 Lifetime Earnings
1970 Reserve National Champion
1969 Reserve National Champion
Bred by Ike Anderson & owned by Jim Wild
WAPITI became one of the breeds most influential foundation sires
Foaled in 1955, WAPITI is by GOLD HEELS (AQHA) & out of QUADROON (AQHA)
He placed in top three in Get-of-Sire class, 1968-1970
WAPITI sired 218 registered foals w/ total of 268 performance points (by 4 horses), 192 halter points (by 8 horses), 6 bronze medallions, 5 Register of Merit winners, 1 Superior Halter & 2 Superior Performance winners
And here is a website on sir plaudi BCA Flyin Higher - ApHCC Hall of Fame
I cannot find much on top hat h. All were stong pleasure horses with throughbred breeding. Gorgeous boys if you look up their pictures =)
Dial bright too was a halter stallion who was World & National CH. ROM & Medallion Sire. His ApHC#107308
So all in all you have a very well bred little boy on your hands who has racing and halter backing. They were great at what they did!
Oh! Icrazyaboutu. If the comanche you are talking about is a possible relative to mansfield's comanche then you too have an appaloosa hall of fame horse in the bloodline. =)