Okay I'm home now so I can add more!! I'm going to explain everything that happened so bare with me.
So, when we got there she was standing in her paddock with another horse, came right up to us and was very calm and friendly, caught her very easily and she didnt seam to mind leaving the other horse.
We then tied her and brushed her down good, messed with her feet and ears and touched her all over and she did great! I had brought my English saddle to try on her and it was a little big and so was the girth but seam to fit okay and I figured it would be okay for a short ride.
I asked the owner to ride but she was on her lunch break and didn't really want to so my friend rode her first, she seamed okay at first. Walk, trot and cantered. Then all the sudden she would through a little kick, not enough to make you even lose your seat but it was weird...
So I then got on her and trotted a little but she seamed very very tense, so I asked her to just walk and a lose reign but she was still tense and wouldn't lower her head unless I tightened up the reigns a lot. She is normally ridden in a running martingale but my trainer and I don't like using them so I didn't put it on her, so i'm thinking maybe she was like that because she is so used to having her head down.
Well anyway, I kept walking her on a tight reign and she did better so I asked for a trot and she again kept kicking out. Owner swore up and down that she has never done that before, I did ask why she hadn't sold and her owner said people didn't like her height, she was 15H's but narrow witch if your not used to Arabians might make you think she is small.
I would have had her owner ride her in her own tack but she had to get back to work so I didn't want to make her do it, but I have been thinking about going back out and having her ride the mare and see how she does. I would also have a vet do a full work up on her to be sure she wasn't kicking out because she is in pain.
Here are some pictures of my friend riding her, please no critique on my friends riding, she already knows she has a bad habit of leaning forward and is working on it.
Also these were taken when she was being her best, deleted all the bad pictures, being a photographer I did it out of habit but maybe I should have kept some to share... oh well!