What is his HYPP status?
Agree that it is hard to tell much; he has an upright shoulder (not bad, he will just have an upright gait more so than, say, a WP horse), and legs look camped out and posty. Also not a fan of how his neck ties in and is cresty.
I would wait a while to see how he fills out - it is hard to pinpoint much at this point and that could be discouraging. He could grow into a very well-constructed boy.
ETA: I see he is double Impressive bred. If he is anything but HYPP N/N, I would geld him. He doesn't trace to Poco lines so he should be fine for HERDA. Get him tested ASAP if you haven't already, especially since he has Impressive still on the paper (his great grandsire on dam's side I believe, if I remember right).
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Last edited by RunSlideStop; 06-10-2012 at 06:19 PM.