To be honest, none of those pictures do the horse justice at all. Especially the ones where the reins are pulling his head to the saddle. (It just looks very, well, mean.) I do like image three and ten because they show a bit of his personality, though.
When you're advertising a horse (or anything, for that matter), you want to make them look worth more than they are priced at.
Give him a bath, groom him until he shines, and take some nice, focused pictures to make him look attractive, yes? ~ Undersaddle shots would definitely get you more interest as well!
If you can, maybe take a video?
For comparision, these are some shots of Otis from 2006.
This is a conformation shot. The camera is perfectly parellel to his body so that his front or back end don't look bigger than they actually are. The background is attractive, not distracting, and has nice lighting and contrast. I only wish he didn't have a blanket rub on his shoulder!
This shot shows off his nice shoulder, and give an air of his sweet personality. The background really contrasts with his colour, making for a very attractive picture.
Compare those shots to this one.
Same horse, same year. Very, very disracting and ugly background, and Otis is dirty and looking very dull. The camera was being held slightly sideways, giving the image an "off" look. This picture makes him look worth no more than five-hundred dollars.
All of the pictures were taken with a simple point-and-shoot Lumix, not a fancy camera.
If you need any help or ideas, I'm sure there's plenty of people on here than can give you tips, hm? Good luck with finding a leaser/buyer, and remember: a picture is worth a thousand words! <3