I was just checking back on your thread to see that you purchased this horse.
as for coloring, I'd call him a blue roan. this is my favorite color pattern of all.
the saddle looks like it may be a good fit, but I am wondering , considering that he has rather high "knife" withers, . . . when you sit in the saddle, can you still get at least one finger under the fork (the arched part in front), between the top of his wither bones and the saddle above it?
if not, then the saddle is actuall putting downward pressure on those bones, and will sore the horse miserably and can cause longterm damage. if it is just a tiny bit tight, you can possibly use some shims to lift the front of the saddle enough to clear those bones . be sure to check out the clearance WHILE the saddle is weighted with a rider.
also, the fender will need a stirrup hobble. this is a small strip of leather that buckles around the bottom of the fender, just above the stirrup itself. it keeps that "loop" you can see from becoming a place where you might accidently catch your foot or leg in (dangerous).
your horse is really a very nicely built animal, with a lovely face . he'd probably fetch a fair price in the US based on his original appearance.