If you decide you like her and want to buy her as a riding prospect, fine. She's not one I'd be using as a breeding prospect, she's not real stellar. A 10 month old bred for nothing specific but color.......$750 TOPS, no way in Hades would I pay over that for a horse who's never been shown, bred for nothing and whose parents have nothing to speak of. Sorry, IMHO only of course.
In the Arabian breed everyone is all hung up on pedigrees without actually studying what they mean. "Full sister to National Champ so and so", GREAT grand daughter of the immortal............whomever........But....WHAT HAS THE HORSE THEY'RE TRYING TO SELL EVER DONE? WHAT HAVE THAT HORSE'S PARENTS EVER DONE? Most of the time, not a dam* thing and they're trying to tell you that it will be the next National Champ because 5 generations ago the great great great was.....NOT SO MUCH.
And, with the coloring this horse has, while I love it and think it's cool, go in the main ring in a pure bred class and the judges won't even look. If they do, they'll most likely be hiding the gag reflex. Too much white is penalized in the pure breds.
That awful halter doesn't help her, but her head looks very coarse too, not something I'd be looking at for anything more than just a trail riding horse.