I am brave enough!
He is definitely cowhocked in the rear, but fairly square chest box up front, though elbows are a little tucked in and therefore he does toe out a wee bit in front, too, especially his left fore.
His humerus bone (shoulder to elbow) is very short and flat (not vertical) and may mean that he may not have a lot of scope with his shoulder and freedom to reach forward well.
His hip angle is good, but it is rather narrow in porportion.
His back is long, which is normal for Appys. His neck is a tiny bit heavey on the underside.
He has great bone and really nice knees. He looks really sturdy to me and like an overall balanced horse for daily riding.