Missy Lee Walla Be
This is a nicely built mare! It did take me a second to get beyond the coat, I admit it; due to our unusually warm winter our horses started shedding out in January and are just about done. It really has thrown my whole sense of seasons off.
But again a very nice QH mare! Beautiful proportions, nice straight hind, the front shoulder is hard to see at the angles but they look to be near 45 degrees, same with the pasterns. Nice forward facing hooves neck to whithers is a touch off in the 3rd pic but the 1st pic looks good. I would ideally like to see her crossed with a horse with a slightly more defined hind-end.
I'm like sir-mix-a-lot "I like em round and big" especially in QH and QH derivitives. Since they are primarily ment to work cattle, barrels or reining, the power (and power brakes in reining) all comes comes from the rear. The spinning, pivoting, turning and sliding stop all requires a super strong, but still agile back end.
What are the sores and patches? That might have me thinking about health issues, but all in all I might like her a bit more toned but other wise she def has the potential to throw some well built foals.