It's hard to get a good report with the profile picture taken at such an angle, but she's quiet nice.
A nice even and balenced, hind end. A nice laid back shoulder. A nice deep loin. A super cute head.
Overall very cute little girl. The ONLY thing I worry about is that her legs are a little TOO well balenced.
Yearlings by nature are gangly hot-messes, and their legs should be slightly turned out until 18 months - years old where their chests/width expand and pull them in to correct positioning.
The fact that your filly has straight feet but she still has her baby-narrow chest makes me think a well meaning, but ignorant farrier may have over corrected durring trimmings, OR its a conformational flaw and the feet are just going to pull in when the chest widens, and get all pigeon toed.
Just something to watch out for over the next year, as it can be mildly corrected as she's still young.
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