A quite like her too, depends what you want her for... ?
I don't know much about QHs though
She's a bit butt high, but she is 4, right? She may grow out of it.
Her back legs are straight too, but I don't find that a problem with my jumper
Neck a little short maybe but that may be just my taste.
What I see is a slightly shorter neck then I like and he is a little over on his front legs. His back legs are fine (draw a line from the point of his bum, through his cannon, and you get a straight line) but they turn out. Although he is down hill, at age 4, he can grow out of that. His head is rather common but he seems to have a calm attitude. Overall he looks like a nice stocky roping horse.
I like her. She may grow a bit more in height but from here on out most of her growth will go to muscle mass & her actual bone/height growth will slow down, so a change won't be noticable right away ( maybe in a year or more you'll look back at this pic & say "hey, she looks alot bigger!) lol
She's got very promising hindquarters as well.
I think it's a great price for her. I too think that with some cleaning up she will look like a different horse. She's not perfect, but for the price I'd say she looks like a steal! Were she here I'd probobly go pick her up myself - even to put miles on and re-sell!
She does look more like a "stock-type" horse than the typical Zippo Pine Bar pleasure horse. I have a Zippo gelding that is wonderful. That line is typically very laid back, calm, and a tad lazy. They make great pleasure and trail horses.