Very pretty QH.....err....Paint.
He toes out a tad, but the only fault that would bother me is that he's built downhill. I've ridden a few downhill horses and I hate it because it feels like I am riding downhill. But a lot of stock horses are built that way, so it's not unusual. He would be great for trail riding. Jumping is out of my area of expertise, but I would guess that downhill conformation might make it harder for him to collect up and elevate over the jumps easily. But just popping over some jumps for fun, he should be fine for that. He really is quite pretty. And his legs look pretty good to me too. (But I'm no expert, just a horse owner.)