Welcome to PF to you and Mac. I hope you will find this to be a nice community (it is) but also understand that we all cherish not just our own poodles but the breed and we want to promote the best breeding possible. An introduction that says this is your first dog and that you want to stud him out raised my eyebrows and I suspect others will have similar reactions.
You can search around here for information on breeding, but please don't be so quick to decide on your own that he is worthy breeding stock. I urge you to go (without your dog) to some nearby conformation shows and see what kinds of standard poodles are being put up by the judges. Those dogs are being examined on many levels for their worthiness to be bred (not just looks, but temperament too). Then look at what health testing is needed for standard poodles before breeding. Hips cannot be given a full clearance until a dog is two years old. Once the testing is done then the results should be posted to OFFA and a CHIC registration number should be gotten. I also recommend that you seek a mentor to help you show your dog before you give the slightest further thought to breeding him. And last of all please don't add to the problems of being a back yard breeder.