I'm better versed with dressage conformation, so take this with a grain of salt...
Looks like a strong backend, but the loin is weak, which is a shame. Her front end is nice enough for jumping too. Looks like a clean enough shoulder. Good point of shoulder. Her humerus is long enough and at a decent angle (the more vertical, the better). Knees look low enough I think.
Again, my only concern is her back. You don't want too short in a jumping horse, but even so, her back is a tad long.
The neck is not so bad. Just needs some good muscling. Make sure you work with her correctly as to prevent her from building muscle upside down. It's set high, which is a good thing.
All in all, a good mount. (I think, lol)
Last edited by teamfire; 03-23-2012 at 02:39 PM.