In every photo this horse wants to stand with his hind legs out behind him which says to me that he has angle issue in his back legs. His hocks are high and his cannons are long... and I believe he would have sickle hocks if set up square. He also appears to have small, round, hocks.
His shoulder looks OK and his point of shoulder is set adequately high. His neck ties in nice and high.. and if he had a better hind leg I would say, "Dressage Horse" and I would mean higher levels.
His front legs are OK. Wish he had more bone. His topline is OK. I think he may be a bit long through the coupling. His withers are quite high.. how is he to fit a saddle to?
He looks to have inherited Thoroughbred bone and poor angles in his hind legs coupled with nice, large, warm blood feet. His body is more warm blood with Thoroughbred withers. His head is a nice mix of Thoroughbred and warm blood.
Better photos, with the horse on the level and not stretched out (if you can get him to not stretch out.. I think his conformation makes him stand this way) would yield a more accurate (and perhaps less critical) critique.
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill
) Dinosaur Horse Trainer