He is most cetianly worth taking a look at! If you look at the front view of him you can see that his bones are structurally sound, if you will. His bones don't have any bends, folds or any weird curves. His feet have not been kept up on and you can see that they outside of his feet are longer than the rest and the insides are curling under a touch, resulting in turned out toes, and as I did say before that is very common in young foals, especially ones that are not trimmed on a regular basis.
However I would like to see another profile shot of his front legs. He does look a little over at the knees, but that could just be the way he was standing. He has a great head, nice topline and seems to have a nice hip and shoulder.
My Opinion? Drive out there and have a look!
Okay sorry for the excessive posting on this thread, but I was very tired this morning and didn't get fully into what I wanted to say!