Thanks, I did end up getting her. She has put on a ton of weight in the week that I have had her. When I got her she was skinny and needed alot of work. She hadn't had much work done, all she knew was how to follow behind you. Catching her was next to impossible in a big area. In the week that I have had her she now picks up her feet nicely, moves her shoulders over beautifully, moves her hip with hardly any pressure and knows the cues for walk trot lope as well as the cue to slow down to a trot or walk. She is still very nervous about me touching her head and because of that it sometimes takes a bit longer to put the halter on but I can approach her with no problem. She is a very smart and willing to learn horse. I definitely lucked out on her.
I will try to get updated pictures on her regarding the toed out back feet. It is alot more noticeable now than it was in those pictures. But I am pretty sure that once I get her hooves trimmed that will help correct it.