Being pigeon toed on his front end would explain the wonky way of moving. It isn't necessarily desirable but with proper hoof care, he should stay sound under moderate work, depending on the severity of the flaw. However, I am not sure how well he would place in shows because of it. I have to agree that he looks awfully strong in the jumping video and I did not like that he flung his head when the rider asked him to slow down a prepare for the jump
. His canter seemed just a bit out of control in that first vid but that could have very well been rider error (rider doesn't look all that great). IDK, there is something about him that I just don't like.