So you want us to look at him and critique him as if he were just a regular stock type horse (QH, TB, etc)?
If so, I can do that
. But these aren't the best pictures to get a thorough critique.
He's a bit downhill and could bear to lose some poundage (don't feel bad, I have tubby horses too
). His neck is fairly short and just a bit too thick. His shoulder angle looks good and his front legs look nice and straight with a good pastern angle. His croup seems to be just a bit steeper than his shoulder and that could be what's causing him to be downhill. He is a bit posty legged and camped out on the back and appears ever so slightly cow-hocked. He has a nice short back and deep girth. I do love the amount of bone he has in his legs and he appears to have good feet too. His head is nice and refined with a good kind eye and delicate ears.
I like him, he's an adorable little guy.