I'm not exactly sure how tall she is. She's taller than most Haflingers though.
She rides okay but just trail riding type of stuff. I trained her myself and I'm not real technical. She walks, trots, canters, neck reins some, and stops very well. The guy that is working with her is making decisions on how to harness her up but believe me, you could change her up and she would be fine. You could use a broken snaffle bit, no over check, or whatever and she would drive okay. The kid that's driving her shows draft ponies and belgians in single to 6-horse hitches so he has a certain way of doing things.