I have always wanted an Impressive bred (N/N) cremello stallion that was well put together and great minded. And we found him earlier this year. He has produced some very handsome foals. Yes we stand him to the public BUT we are very selective in who we breed him to. We only breed him to 5 or 6 outside mares per year and they must be registered, well put together, etc. We currently have one mare in foal to him for a 2012 baby that we plan on keeping.
Do you have photos of the foals?
Please don't take this the wrong way, but I think your boy is "handsome"... But doesn't have enough strong traits for me to want to see him in the breeding shed. So Handome is as Handsome does when it comes at the compromise of structural integrity.
What would change my mind a bit was if he was consistently winning in a performance sport... (I'm not real fussy about what sport) In some cases structural correctness is all well and good, but let's face it, most people want a winner (in whatever they do)...
I give you props that you have him tested N/N, he has been started and you plan to show him..l that does place him higher than a few other cremello QH's out there.
One last question... Are you prepared to geld him if he doesn't do as well as expected in the show ring?