No, he is not one of my favorites, because I think that too much white and pink noses predisposes horses to sunburn and blue eyes are more light sensitive.
He does at least has dark pigment around his eyes.
That may not matter in other parts of the country, but where we are, paint breeders have trouble with some of those horses, the sun and dust causes them much more discomfort, when colored faced horses don't even notice the weather.
There is a reason ranches in the West preferred their horses be of mostly a solid color, with little white in the face, when horses had to live and work most of their lives outside.
It was sad when a 10 or 12 year old apron faced horse died from cancers around the eyes, that could not be treated in those days.
I hope they do pay attention who they breed him to, to avoid offspring with little pigment.