From what I can see not bad. Appears to be developing a hunter's bump in her coupling but she needs more weight and that may be what I am seeing. Her coupling is strong and she has a nice short back. Her hind leg is set a bit far back and she looks to have good bone. Neck is set a tad low.
Now.. a true professional photographer of horses (I have been one) would had set her up with a different back ground. See the steel pipe along her underline? THAT would have been noticed as would the wter troughs, broken barrel and other "stuff" in the back ground.. and the photographer would have had you move the horse somewhere else for pictures.
He also would have set her up with her near front leg straight from the shoulder (lumb) and her near hind leg plumb (she has it out behind her). The far front would have been set back a little bit with space to the knees and the far hind would have been set up with space to the hocks......
..and he would have used a little "fill" flash if the sun angle was lie this placing most of her body in shadow...
AND included her feet!
Nice young Thoroughbred horse from what I can see, in spite of the pictures!
There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill
) Dinosaur Horse Trainer