Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: In my own little world;)
In the video it's kind of hard to get a good idea of what he really looks like. It'll be easier to tell once he sheds out. I don't agree with Chiilaa about the color. From what little I can see, he does appear to have "frosting" in his mane & tail which is one of the "dun factors". Once he sheds, it'll be easier to see if he has any leg barring, shadowing, webbing, etc. all which help determine the buckskin/dun/grullo breed-color. Many, if not most of the grullo's I've seen, actually do look 100% black, you have to looke VERY close to see the dun factor.
As for confirmation, it depends on what you plan on using him for. If it's going to be a trail horse, he's a possibility. BUT, he seems very stiff/short strided in the back. I also noticed that the top of his hip is very angular. If you look at him from the side, he looks like he has a triangle on top of his butt. From personal experience, this can cause a lot of problems. So be ready to spend $$ on a chiropractor so he stays sound if you plan on using him for heavy riding.