What a sweet face she has :) that's the first thing that jumped out at me.
The second this was... well, her front end and back end appear to belong to two entirely different horses. Her neck is VERY long, and so is her back, and it makes her look very...stretched out, for lack of a better term. She's a bit tied in behind the knee, nothing terrible. Her shoulder is upright, but I like how her neck ties in regardless of its length. How all of this affects her movement, I can't really say. Someone else may be better at describing that.
Genetics were certainly not kind to her, but she looks like a very forgiving and gentle horse. I'm glad she has a forever home with you. :)
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