So here we go. Detailed Critique of this horse.
Starting with her shoulder. The shoulder lays back nicely and the low angle of the humerus (point of shoulder to elbow) will likely not impact her front end reach as much as a steep shoulder. She may have pretty nice action in front. Her back is swayed with a dip behind the withers. This is a genetic flaw and is often seen exacerbated in the Saddle Horse breed where there are lines that actually produce severe sway back.
Her swayed back transitions into a long coupling that follows the sway to the Peak of croup that is set too far back and is somewhat pronounced likely due to the long coupling and sway back. Her croup drops off a bit steeply.
Her hind leg is over straight and may tend toward sickle hocks.. but mostly it lacks power and correct angulation. This is due to the stifle being too far to the rear causing the distance from point of buttock to stifle to be too short. This in turn places the hock in the incorrect location and the angles behind are all over straight.
She is also a bit back at the knee. Her left front foot may be a bit clubbed.. but that needs to be seen in person to be determined. Her neck is a bit thick and coarse as is her head.
And that is why she should not be bred IMO. Save your money and buy a foal. Plenty to be had and some are from much better conformed parents.