She has a good shoulder
Nice neck set, though it appears long
Nice, clean front legs
Back is long
Maybe a touch bumhigh
Sharp slope to her croup but otherwise I like her hindquarters
Back legs look ever-so-slightly sickled but nothing serious
The only thing I dislike about her is the long back and thick set neck. The length of her neck is fine, all the rest I do like about her, except, sorry, she has a larger head for a mare. She doesn't look feminine at all.
Conditioning-wise, she looks really nice. She doesn't have bulging excess muscle, but she's definitely toned. Overall, nice, fit, and healthy.
I don't really like small heads, I'm not a fan of the doll heads in qh's, so although her head isn't feminine, I don't find it too course or refined. It's a nice medium to me. Personal opinion. ;)
She is, essentially, what I call "the working quarter horse"- my favorite type of qh! She has a lovely, well-sloped, open shoulder, with nice straight legs, consisting of short (well-sloped) pasterns and cannon bones and good bone. She seems to be back at the knee.
Her back legs look a bit sickle hocked, with nice short canons and average to low-set hocks, a nice deep girth, a pretty flat wither, a long back and a nice big QH hip. She is a bit downhill but I would not count that as a flaw at all.
Overall, I find her quite lovely! She looks like she can get the job done and well.
I don't think Squiggy has a thick neck. She just doesnt' have a very big shoulder. But, overall, I like her conformation. She is very smooth muscled. I like her front legs especially, and her hock looks good.
I guess I just like Squiggy. Plain and simple.