If you enjoy dressage, I think this horse would probably be a better dressage horse than a hunter as most Arabs are. At least in the USET world of hunting, not the Arabian HUS stuff which he previously did. Arabs are usually very adept at learning lateral work, are light in the bridle, and ones built like yours are good at collected work. The tricky part is getting them relaxed, straight, reaching to the bit instead of curling, and really moving forward/extending, so their strengths are also their weaknesses. Your guy has a nice walk, is comfortable to ride and is responsive to your aids; all things good for dressage. I didn't really get to see a pure trot as I think he was trying to canter instead, but the trot can be improved and developed quite a bit. His canter looked nice and I think 3 beat for the few strides I saw, but you will need to sit into him, drive him forward and let him go. Don't hold your hands low to try to get him to put his head down. Just follow his head and focus on getting the hind end active and the forehand lighter. Enjoy!