I can't see the Old. photo either so will just tell you about the Hano.
First thing - he has very good dressage lines. Don Schufro is very well known as a dressage sire, and his sire, Donnerhall, is dressage royalty. He is a dressage supersire and his progeny are well sought after for their rideability and good temperaments, making them (in general) suitable for amateur riders.
The sire's dam line contains Brentano II, also a well known dressage sire, though offspring can vary, some a little hot, others comatose!
I'm not a huge fan of the foal's dam line, though there are some well known dressage sires in there as well.
How old is the foal in the photos you provided? Looks like he's going through a growth spurt in the older photo, but looking past the 'uglies', I certainly like his build. Good front end, maybe a little steep in the shoulder, but neck ties in well, comes up and out into an elegant jaw line. Depending on the age, those pasterns are a little upright, but nothing I would jump up and down about yet as youngsters do tend to have long upright pasterns for quite a long time during their growth.