So I went to see her today... And am really torn. First of all she is smaller than I was expecting. She's 14.1 but narrow so she just looks tiny, but I also come from a apply background where my horses were 15.2 and up and muscular so I'm not sure how much stock to place on this. I worry she'd be too small for me. I'm 5.4 and muscular at 150lbs. She is not camped out but she is a toed out in her hind legs which is especially noticeable while she's at rest. I had the owner do a trot out for me... She wings in a bit but I did not see any interference. The ground here is hard and frozen and she seamed a little stilted or stiff but it's probably just the hard clay.
On the plus side, she's a joy to ride. She loves what she does and is incredibly smart. She had less work than I had first thought she would but was eager and submissive. She's very forward but calm and easy to control with an easy going attitude perfect for ctr and endurance. We took her over cavaletti, bridges, through sheep, In the pasture, etc. her lope is fantastic to ride and she's easy to post to at the trot. She needs some flexing and bending work but she's young yet and with that naturally short back and neck it might be something I'd have to work on. She's only had 4 weeks under saddle and today when I tried her they told me it was her 5th time loping. A project for sure.