I am glad I looked at the video. These photos are so bad.. (sorry) and do not do this nice little horse justice. Take the photo with the horse on the level, with a non competing back ground. Front leg closest to you needs to be straight.. hind leg closest to you with the back of the hind cannon perpendicular to the ground and the point of hock below the point of buttock. Legs away from you should be behind with space to the knees (front) and ahead with space to the hocks. Photographer needs to stand opposite the horse's point of hip.
You need 3 people to photograph a horse. One to handle the horse and set him up, one to get the horse looking forward with ears forward, and the photographer to take the photo!
I only say this because you have a NICE horse here and these photos make her look so poor. She is NOT a poor horse at all!
She has lovely low hocks and her hocks are big and roomy. She has a short back and nice front legs. She has a dip behind her withers and a rather large hay belly.. looks like she could use a higher quality hay and when she matures she will need to work on hills and caveletti to strenghten her abdominal muscles and lift and relax her top line. Very common for a young horse this age, so not to worry about it.
She also looks to have a lovely disposition and a good eye. I like your horse a lot.. but get some better photos. Spend time and get enough help and do a nice job. She deserves it!
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill
) Dinosaur Horse Trainer