she is a nice little package but will be limited for jumping. He shoulder is OK, but for anything over 3 feet, she needs the shoulder to lay back a bit more and the angle from Point of shoulder to elbow to be a bit steeper.
I assume the photos from March are before you worked her or got her in condition? They do her no favors. She appears to have a strong coupling but an over straight hind leg. A straight hind leg will limit the amount of power she has going over fences.
Would like to see some stills of her over fences. Her topline says she is capable of getting round over a fence, but she probably won't get her knees up well and may hang her front feet a bit.. and may be a bit straight looking behind on take off.
She looks adequate otherwise as a 2'6" or 3' horse.
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) Dinosaur Horse Trainer