I would say that the rider should be riding with more forward movement and impulsion. I would not say it is totally false because the pony looks good. But, if you will notice the pony is moving a bit more on the forehand then from behind. If the pony was moving from behind the haunches would be more tucked, with a more rounded back (I'm guessing she would have a longer stride if she was moving more forward because her shoulder angle is really nice. Hard to tell about her hip though, from that pic). She looks good though and is really CUTE!!
I always always always look at the riders hands first. If the riders hands are incorrect, the horse will NEVER have a correct frame. If the riders hands are correct the horse MAY have a correct frame. If the rider has correct hands and is riding effectively the horse SHOULD have a correct frame.