Her breeding is quite typical for an Australian WB - the registry is not as lax as the American warmbloods, they must have genuine warmblood breeding, but the stock is generally not the quality of a European registry animal.
Voltaire shows up in the lines of many 'ok' horses in Dressage at a local level, but there are not too many doing overly well.
Poetry in Motion they had high hopes for but he never really amounted to anything.
Her breeding is 'ok', very very typical for a first 'warmblood' ;)
As for conformation - I agree with Anebel, she needs to be turned out for another 6-12 months at least to mature, she is very much a baby.
I broke mine at 3, because he was mentally ready for it - but he's being worked only 1-2x per week for 20-30mins max.
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