He would commonly be called a reverse leopard, but ApHC doesn't recognize that as a designation. Most of his ancestry is leopard - it is possible, but highly unlikely he doesn't have both LP and PATN - the spots alone indicate the presence of LP - luckily they are darker than the base coat so you can see them.
It's hard to guess how some of these guys will turn out. As NdAppy said, there is a possibility - maybe even a likelihood - he will color out to a varnish roan and develop characteristics later on, although in the pictcure it does look like he may have 1 striped hoof on a dark foot - could be mud or farrier trim, though. The white spot is a hint, and some Appys don't show any color or characteristics (other than spots you may or may not be able to see because of the base coat) till around 5. Usually by 3 though, you can find an occasional white hair in the coat or mane that gives you a hint they will color out at some point.
If I had to guess, I would guess he will be a varnish roan eventually, but that's just a guess - like I said, these guys surprise you sometimes, and it is hard to tell without going over them completely in person to look for clues. It is possible he doesn't have PATN, but that would be unusual with his pedigree.
Nice solid looking horse with good conformation, however his color turns out, which of course is the most important thing...
Last edited by Faceman; 07-06-2011 at 03:41 PM.