I'd check out Quick Silver Sunny or McCue To Dial, I think they are more conformationally correct compared to the rest of this lady's crop. They are heavier boned and their legs aren't all funky like others I've seen. They appear to be more thickly made and their front legs aren't coming out of the same hole.
These horses aren't bred up for anything in particular that I can see. It is like this lady found a bunch of registered horses with color and said, "oh wow, I don't care about conformation, they're pretty!"
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