That is a fine looking horse and a very nice pen.
I have done a lot of miles with my horse barefoot and trotting on pavement for any length of time is very hard on his legs because he has the suspension of a truck. If I breakup the pace he does much better but I avoid pavement whenever possible.
I have a 13 mile loop on hard gravel roads with a mile of asphalt in one area. My horse trots that whole thing in 80-90 minutes once a week alternating barefoot one week then boots the next. I use Epics and Gloves and I can feel him stride out more with the boots on but his fastest times are barefoot. Go figure.
I have not used Renegades yet but I know they are made of much harder plastic and might not provide as much cushion on pavement as the softer EasyBoots.
You might consider boots for your horse to reduce the concussion when riding on pavement along with possibly better traction especially in summer. Hot pavement can be pretty slick.