Agreed with Spyder. Horse moves ok for local level shows. Canter is definitely better then the trot but I don't see something that would be particularly competitive on a rated circuit unless it's at the very lower levels.
She looks like a nice horse, but I would say she isn't a A rated horse show horse, definitely. She could be a fun learner but nothing truly competitive. Like the others have said, stick to the local shows. Sometimes in this sport, the best horse might be a deciding factor on the winner in eq and hunters, this horse might won't give someone that advantage.
I'm afraid I agree with erikalynn, there's something not quiet right with her action. Watching her front feet she seens odd in her movement and flexing.
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I think part of the wonky movement is the terrible footing... it might even be a bit deep to work cattle in lol...
I hope they aren't asking a lot for the mare... I can see her maxing out at training level dressage and depending on her jump I don't think she would get you far in hunters either...
I think her main fault is how downhill she is built, I have seen horses with worse conformation and movement in the show ring, not when ribbons are being presented though :P