Its all good. I agree about her cannons especially. If I thought I was going to be seeing heavy trail use or doing lots and lots of riding, I would likely consider another horse, just for the horse's sake. I mostly need a horse to help me get back into shape, (so I won't be heavy anymore, cross fingers) and that is a calm, loveable sweetheart. Even my friends horses that I ride now, have no issue with me, as I am a "good balance" rider.. according to her anyway. heh. Comes from growing up on horseback, being the wild cowboy kid that did anything and everything on horseback.
Now at just over 40, I find myself sitting around on this thing too much, with my own disabilities, and general malaise. I sold my last horse, a gorgeous (to me) black Arab mare over 10 years ago, and have just been bumming rides from friends or family when I can. Finally I have a place I put a horse reliably again, and I want one so badly it hurts my teeth. Been looking off and on over the last couple years, and this girl fits my needs currently to a "T". Mostly pasture riding, a little around town hopefully in a few months, more trails as I get better shape-wise. And most important, perhaps, that factor in the back of my head that lifts my depression simply by being with my own horse. Having friends with them is awesome, but having my own is paramount to me. Always has been, likely always will be.
Sorry for rambling, its late, even in Texas :)