I have a gelding that is over at the knee and the one thing the vet said was no jumping. They buckle at the knees easier and have a harder time landing the jump without falling down. Just a tid bit to keep in mind. Your boy may not be as bad as mine. Posted via Mobile Device
His legs concern me a bit.
Over at the knee as others have said but he is also VERY posty behind and his pasterns are pretty straight which is no good for jumping.
Personally I wouldn't be jumping this guy and I can't see him holding up well to any intensive over fences work - his legs may break down pretty quick. Posted via Mobile Device