He's not a bad looking horse, but the one thing I really don't like are is tiny feet; either they are really that small, or they are trimmed too far back. Either way, such small feet on a big built horse can predispose him to foot problems like navicular.
He also has issues in his movement, atleast on the ground he's on; he looks alternately lame on his legs, especially the right front, and left hind. He may need some shoeing, or corrective trimming to help him regain proper footing, and balance on your ground. He lands on his toes, as well, and drags his hind feet alot.