I see alot of movement and natural extension in the front end, but very little in the rear end. That concerns me, simply because most babies are going to have alot of natural drive, because they haven't been 'ruined' yet. Now, some of that could be because he is a baby, and is in one of those fugly stages; but he actually seems quite level at the moment, so there is no reason his movement shouldn't be level as well. He has a really upright neck and shoulder, as well, so depending on what you are wanting to do with him, keep that in mind.
"The ideal horseman has the courage of a lion, the patience of a saint, and the hands of a woman..."