You are all right, of course :) Like I said, it's more of a passing fancy at this point. It was part of my motivation behind posting her conformation shots - besides being just curious. It's just like a dog - I don't breed dogs, but if I did, I would never breed one with hip dysplasia or one that was pigeon toed, no matter how much I loved them. But, while I can usually tell in dogs, I'm terrible at horse conformations :p
One last question for you all - If she has such chicken legs for her heavier body, can she jump? Not show jumping, just leisurely over low jumps kind of things. I thought someday to get a horse that could do jumping - I don't think Clem is cut out for anything big - but I thought low jumps (Like, foot off the ground kind) would be fun practice. But, if it'll be too much for her skinny little legs, then I don't want to! Right now she's just my casual pleasure horse, to ride down trails and learn on.