He has a nice top line. His peak of croup is not pronounced but could be a bit further forward. He is a bit drafty in build and quite straight thru the hocks. His point of shoulder is set low and his humerus lays at a very low angle.. this horse will likely hang his knees if he is asked to jump. His shoulder is a bit upright and meaty. His neck is set correctly. His gaskins and forearms appear light and he may be just a little back at the knee. He has good bone and a nice expression. Head is a bit coarse and I suspect he does have draft horse back there somewhere (look at the nose and the lips and how they are placed).
Overall he is put together like a total package. No one part of him is stellar and no one part of him looks like it should be on another horse. A horse that fits together is usually a long lasting horse for a variety of tasks.
This horse will not be a jumper, but I wonder how he would be on cows, team penning or western riding. He looks like he would be reliable on trails as well. Pretty color.
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill
) Dinosaur Horse Trainer