He is 15.3 hands tall and 1100 pounds. So he is considerably larger than most Arabians. He is a thicker built horse than my Quarter Horses for sure, so a lot of his body looks more Lipizzaner to me (such as his topline, his collection) his face is dished like the Arabians but again larger, very pretty IMO. Long mane and tail can come from either side. He is very collected and very smooth to ride, seems like he has a lot of athletic abilities. He is currently green broke however, and will just be my fiance's trail horse.
I would say temperment wise he is "a bit more horse" than my foundation Quarter Horses. He reminds me more of the appendix Quarter Horse here (thoroughbred cross) he isn't "hot" or "flighty" and not a nervous horse. He is typically the boss, very courageous and not afriad to try new things. Smart. All around, a nice mix of a WELL BRED foundation Arab and a Lippi. He didn't take too much after his Arabian dam which is great for me since that isn't my choice of breed to have. He's been a good boy, set in his ways and ready to put up a fight where he wants to but will go to the end of the world for someone who knows what they are talking about.