She's gorgeous! I just love the dapples. Lovely neck placement though I'd like it to be longer. She's a bit over at the knees and tied in behind. Hind legs are rather straight with a small gaskin. She's also quite fluffy
- she (and I) need to diet
My Oldenburg was a bit of an airfern, and we were constantly fiddling with his diet to keep him trim.
She has 3 nice gaits, though she travels on the forehand. What direction are you pointing her in? If its H/J judging by the saddle, I think she will make a lovely hunter and equitation horse. If dressage, you will need to work on freeing up her forehand by asking her hind end to come under and take on more of the weight. I would be doing this no matter what discipline you choose. Working at all times off the rail, large circles, tons of crisp but balanced walk-trot-walk and trot-canter-trot transitions on a circle, building up to trot-halt-trot transitions as she gets the hang of things.
One thing I disagree with is the Kimberwicke, and though I can't see a curb chain I'm assuming its there, and the reins in the bottom photo are attached to the lower slot for more leverage power. To me, the only time any horse should be in a Kimberwicke is out hunting or jumping XC when you need that power, though I think other bits are generally more effective. Using a bit with such power from the port and curb chain can really back a horse off, which is the last thing you want to do on a greenbean. Plus the fact that the mouthpiece, besides often having a port, is usually not jointed, which curbs the horse from chewing and "feeling" the bit, which you really want, in order to correctly work her on the flat.
How is she in a simple 1 or 2-jointed snaffle?
She is really lovely - congratulations!