I don't agree with the others, about him not being a dressage horse.
You can do dressage with any type of horse.
Though, The horse needs loads of potential to become a Grand Prix horse.
But for the lower levels? Any horse can do it. You might not win all the time, but you should be able to ride
(shoulder in, half passes, lead changes, extended and collected gaits) and get nice % with any horse.
I don't know what movements 2nd level is.
But, any horse can do shoulder in, lead changes, half passes, medium and extended trot and so on.
Some horses are more talented than others, sure. But any horse can do it, it just might take a little longer, because they need more training.
Heck, I've done it with my little pony and got 72%.
Iv'e seen far less talented horses doing great as dressage horses, on a lower level - with shoulder in, half passes, lead changes, extended trot and so on.
A horse don't need amazing gaits for things like half passes, lead changes or shoulder in, it's just basic work that any horse can do.
And sure, you can get nice % on competitions as well, even if your horse don't have great movements.
If the horse doing what it's told, is "on the bit", and has a nice rider guiding it through the dressage program, you should be able to get nice scores from the judges.
Not everything is about gaits.
Around here we have ponies at 140 cm winning over warmblood dressage horses at 170 cm.
Because they do it better, they are doing exactly what their rider tells them to do. They are on the bit and the rider and horse looks like a team working together.
For an exampel, this mare, my pony, she got really nice at doing dressage with training.
The previous owners bought from a riding school, she was mean, refused to do anything. Her gaits where boring and so on.