To answer your questions:
1 & 2: She can be registered Appendix with KMSHA; however I haven't submitted the paperwork because I'm not a member so it would be fairly expensive for me to do. I don't know if it would be worth the investment. Given my current financial situation, it really didn't seem like a priority.
3: Her training is minimal. She leads some and loaded well the only time we hauled her. I felt majorly in over my head in the fall, not knowing what to do. She's been turned out for the winter, during which time I studied up on anything and everything I could get my hands on. We've made good progress, in my opinion, in the couple weeks of spring we've had so far. Still, for a yearling, she's very much behind schedule.
As far as her look, she's solid black, not a white hair on her. Her sire was a flashy paint, her dam was black with tons of markings, and her sibling was a blue-eyed paint. If she turns out to be a good breeding prospect, I suspect she would throw some fun colors even though she's rather plain herself. (Although I could be completely wrong. I'm not a breeder.)
I know it's my shortcomings that are holding her back. I can't seem to get a good conformation shot of her for anything, and a cell phone is hardly the best option for pictures/videos. I've had some great advice from the Confo Forum on how to get the right light and the best angles to show her off, but I need more practice.
I was hoping that if I could find someone local who could see her in person, then I'd have more luck in getting her to someone who would be better for her. I'll definitely check out that facebook group.
I'm continuing to work with her while she's listed for sale. I'm not going to just give her away to move her along. That seems like a slippery slope. I can see so much potential for her and I want her to succeed, even if it's not with me.
As far as her price goes, I feel like pricing a horse is a very complex issue, and everyone has their own system for determining a horse's value. I know what she cost me, and I know what other horses from the same stable are selling for at various points in their training. I think she's reasonably priced for what she is.
Thanks for your feedback.
PS - I did not find your questions mean at all. No worries :)