Overall, she looks like a good buy for $200.00! Remember, no horse has perfect conformation.
Her front off leg, in the picture looking at the horse from the front, appears to be a bench knee. The cannon bone is not centered in the knee. A congenital fault.
The hind legs, in these pictures, look a bit post legged. The hock is too straight. Places increased stress on tendons and ligaments. Bog spavin and patella injuries result. The leg is easily injured by heavy work.
She is a bit straighter in the shoulder than I prefer. This will make her trot more jarring.
She has a good head, not coarse, with a nice eye. Her neck appears a good length for her body and will improve in tone as you work her. She has good withers to set the saddle on. She has a solid looking body.
It will be nice to see how she progresses with you! Congratulations.