She's definitely a bit pudgy, but that aside, she's got pretty decent conformation. It does look like she stand under herself a bit, but again it could just be the camera angle, and her neck is a bit shorter than I would like, but she's the kind of Quarter Horse that I would love to have. Stocky, good bone, can't really see her feet, but hopefully good feet as well, well muscled, and won't fall apart with hard work. She's got a nice look to her eye, and I do like her coloring. I give you kudos for at least working on getting some decent shots, I've been trying with my girl, but as soon as she sees the camera, she's right in my face, and there's not a whole lot of people at the barn, and hardly anyone on the days I can get out. And I'm glad to see that you are trying to learn as much as you can. There is always something you haven't learned yet, and taking the time now to learn, instead of waiting until you actually want to breed, will give you a wealth of knowledge to work off of when you are ready to take care of a foal. I love learning about conformation, and movement, and am forever staring at and critiquing the horses at my barn, and pestering my chiropractor whenever she comes out.