With how turned out he is, be prepared to deal with ringbone early in life.
We had a horse with very similar conformation, he was bred to be a jumper and used as one until he was 5 (only jumped around 2') and developed lameness and the beginnings of ringbone. He was retired as a pleasure horse, then those owners decided he was too lame, then we got him for a time and retired him completely to a very light, walking trail ride only, forever, home.
I would not advise jumping, even over small jumps. It will simply be too hard on his front end.
They say money doesn't buy happiness -- well happiness doesn't buy horses!