Originally Posted by SarahSch
As far as any possibility of something going on with her leg..if I go and see her tomorrow and she seems to be a good horse for me I will have a vet check done when I go down the next time..so I would assume they would catch that then.
I honestly see nothing at all "going on" in her right front in any of the photos, so I must respectfully disagree with existentialpony.
A pre-purchase exam is a great option, and I'm glad you're going to have that done before you buy! :) So many people don't bother, and then they end up with all sorts of issues from a problem that no one knew was there! Vet checks for the win! Woo...!
Let us know how it goes! :) I feel excited for you! :3 She's a really cute mare!