What are you looking to do with him? This looks like a very good equation horse. I bet he is a very good ride, very kind, very maneuverable, very willing. All around good horse.
That is what I would call an equitation canter. Pokey, but very controlled, to better show off handling and seat, and also is not going to swing you out of your seat. It is almost like his feet are doing the movements while his back remains steady. His low back also suggests he is an equitation horse. A low backed horse is perfectly fine to ride. Just don't ride him into the ground, don't make him carry too much weight, and for my farm, driving over riding is the best way to keep him fit for show, as pulling will be easier for him. He'll be able to work longer an show longer. No endurance trail rides or hard riding five days out of the week.
Is this the particular horse you are wanting?
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