Thanks for the critiques! I always enjoy learning from these threads.
Tomorrow, I'll stand her up on concrete and get pictures of her hooves. Her angles are straightening out after being neglected by previous owners.
I bought her as a project when I couldn't ride my older gelding as much. I am hoping to sell her to a 4-H or Pony Clubber. Right now, I am riding her English. She has been lunged over crossrails and loves it. She jogs, so I am hopeful of her going Western too. I like a horse that can be versatile.
She is fun to work with, I've learned a lot from her.
"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."
— Dr. Seuss