I was glad for the extra info, I tend to be facinated by color oddities, I would NEVER breed for them, but they are interesting. Very currious what would be learned through color testing.
He for sure should be gelded, no doubt about that, he's still a baby though, I've never gelded one that young, so it doesn't seem that weird to me that it's not been done yet (now if he was a 2 year old, it'd bother me), but then I've also never sold one that young either, so I may just not be thinking that way. But if he was mine he'd be gelded before going simple because of the irrisponsible breeder attraction.
I do hope he's bought by some wonderful owner that just wants a sweet gelding to love, and I really hope they don't come here and see how he's been torn apart. Luckily for me I know I have the most perfect, gorgeous horse ever, and I'll just stick my fingers in my ears and hum really loudly if anyone tries to say differently. His new owner may not have that skill.