I see a sweet, willing, reasonably athletic horse making a good effort and jumping in reasonable, safe form.
I can't really evalaute jumping form from any of these videos, since the distances are a mixed bag. I don't see, in any of the videos, see the sort of exemplary form/tight front end over fences that screams "hunter ring."
I'm curious about your comment that he
he wouldn't be very good with cross country because if his jumping.
Not sure what that means, I don't see anything that woudl prevent him from doing cross country, or what makes him more suitable for hunters than eventing? He looks like a great lower level eventing prospect to me.
Two other comments: regardless of the video labels, I didn't see any 3'6" fences. Perhaps you all need to measure your fences? I also wish the fences were constucted a little more safely; set and jumped in the correct direction, with substantial rails and ground lines.