The pictures aren't the best for judjgeing conformation because they arent straight on side/front/rear. I can tell that he is very long backed and pretty downhill too. I guess he might do well in just plain old WP. I am not familiar with the different classes in W riding. He might be a good compettitve trail rider. Longback means harder for horse to reach under self, but can also mean a smoother, more comfy ride for rider. Many Appy's have long backs. My Appy does. He is strong as an Ox and nearly 18.
Thanks for the advice. ^^ Any imput is very helpful, and I think trail riding would most likely be something I'd like to do, aswell.
These pictures were taken a few years ago in the summer, and he's only five now. So he must have been still growing because if you see him now his shoulders seem a bit higher. He's a comfortable ride, too. I don't have any pictures of him that are all that current, or from a conformation view.
If you would see any horse from that farm they are VERY low-shouldered like that. When Moe was a young guy, about a year old, he was the ugliest thing you could have possibly seen compaired to what he is now. Uneven, low shouldered, huge spotted butt. I personally thing it's that specific breeder's taste in horses, unless all POA's are like that.
First four pictures are of foals that I took pictures of at there farm, then the last one is one of Moe when he was younger, maybe about two, when we first got him. He isn't all that uneven in this picture, I don't know excatally why. There was a bit of a hill where we took the picture.