Pretty girl! She looks like she will be a great "all-rounder" horse. Her conformation doesn't scream any specific discipline at me, although it looks like she has a very fluid trot, with a long, low action and beautiful shoulder, so she'll be great at trails and especially Western events, where fluidity is more desirable than suspension. Her coloring and conformation are beautiful. She is well-proportioned, with nothing to large or small, and her hind legs are set BEAUTIFULLY! It is so hard to find a horse with NO hind leg faults, and I can't see any on her, although the side angles in the pictures aren't the best to determine that. The only things I noticed as faults: Her back is a little long. So make sure, when you start riding her, that you teach her to correctly step through with her hind end and back, and DON'T make the mistake of tying her head down that many people nowadays do. It looks pretty, but it is actually making her just curl her head and drop the base of her neck and her back, which will ultimately cause her back to sink and may give her a nasty swayback by the time she hits her mid teens or even sooner. So be very careful about making sure to develop her back and core muscles so that doesn't happen. Get the help of an experienced dressage trainer if you don't know how. She also looks a bit downhill (too much weight is carried on the forehand because her butt's too high) in some pictures, but in others it looks fine; it might just be her long back giving that impression. But overall nice horse! Sweet expression too. I bet you'll log many happy trail miles with her.
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