Thank you. In what way would her sickle hocks be a problem? She will be used probably only as a trail, ranch type horse, maybe help sort cows in the future.
Can you tell that she is sickle hocked, based on the bottom picture? I know in that picture she was standing off, and doesn't usually stand that way when she is square, and in the first side view pic she is on a slant, although I don't think that would matter.
I agree with her tied in high in the neck, but honestly, she is not always like that. Here are a few more not really conformational ones of her, but gives you an idea of how she looks when she is not squared up or anything.
This is her the other day, the picture is on a weird angle though, and she is fat and fluffy:
A conformational one of her late last winter:
And her playing with her jolly ball last winter:
And last winter of her standing, sorta square, but I wasn't directly beside her: