I would also agree to pass, he appears to have a roached back like stated. Its not so much the cribbing that would turn me away, it's the price for the horse your getting. For a horse that seems to be just started in a career, I don't think he would be worth investing $4,500 specially with his conformation flaws and cribbing. If he was more reasonably priced, i'd take a look. Keep in mind if YOU think his price is fair, then take a look, test him out. I'd def. Get more information on why they don't feel he's suited for Dressage since it is a part of Eventing. Over all he's "cute" yes, but there's alot of "cute" horses (sorry for being so blunt), but I wouldnt buy a horse for just how he looks. If your committed to certain discipline then base your purchasing a horse on that, not how pretty he/she is. Good luck with your search :).
~A real mother knows when to love, and when to be tough~
~God gave me clarity to be a mother, a wife, and a reason to love life~