She's okay, she definitely has a few bigger names on her pedigree but they are further back than I like to see when thinking about purchasing a horse.. None the less, she should be a nice little all around western horse..She does have more cow bred names on her papers than other names but not many..Two Eyed Jack did produce offspring that do well in speed events. She should be a nice horse, but her pedigree doesn't jump out at me as some of the better out there...
Poco Stripe is also a known and confirmed carrier of HERDA. You definitely want to check for that before going any further with her because he is closer on her pedigree.
Here is a little information about HERDA http://www.vgl.ucdavis.edu/services/herda.php
"Hereditary equine regional dermal asthenia (HERDA) is a genetic skin disease predominantly found in the American Quarter Horse. Within the breed, the disease is prevalent in particular lines of cutting horses. HERDA is characterized by hyperextensible skin, scarring, and severe lesions along the back of affected horses. Affected foals rarely show symptoms at birth. The condition typically occurs by the age of two, most notably when the horse is first being broke to saddle. There is no cure, and the majority of diagnosed horses are euthanized because they are unable to be ridden and are inappropriate for future breeding. HERDA has an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance and affects stallions and mares in equal proportions. Research carried out in Dr. Danika Bannasch's laboratory at the University of California, Davis, has identified the gene and mutation associated with HERDA."
Really, if it were me, I wouldn't buy her.. Her pedigree isn't all that impressive and I would be worried about the HERDA carrier being so close.