Yeah he is bug eyed - I think it's karma for me, a friend of mine does pony dressage and she's got this lovely little riding pony with the biggest bug eyes. I've been stirring her up for years that I could knock his eyes off with a stick! And now I've got a bug eyed youngster!! Not AS bug eyed as the riding pony, but they still pop out a bit. Though I must admit, when you see him in person, it does give him quite a pretty little head, not like a lot of other warmbloods with big brick heads!
And obviously at the moment he looks like he's been thrown together with offcuts from other horses being in a very awkward looking yearling stage, so his head doesn't fit on his neck or the rest of his body either, just to enhance his bug eyes!
My cousin's wife had a bug eyed foal, and I swear to god his eyes took up most of his head when they first got him.
He's growing into them a little though now that he's almost two. I think bug eyed horse have the best personality!
It's something you need almost like air or water. ♥