She's pretty, looks like an angel, although I see some minor technicalities. She is built uphill. She also needs much much more top line muscling. Appears to have a goose-rump. She seems cow-hocked. Her neck is much too straight, I personally dislike how it ties into her chest. Also, in the first picture she appears slightly sickle-hocked. But she seems to have a lovely personality.
I wouldn't say she is goose rumped from the pictures I think it is quite nice, it ties in low and is nicely rounded. I do not see a sharp steep croup on her associated with goose-rumped horses. I always though a goose rumped horse looked like this:
She's very cute with a sweet face. Sounds like she'll do fine in English Pleasure. Some things I noticed were a very upright shoulder and low set neck without much arch to it (stick neck). Also, make sure your saddle fits with those TB withers. Overall a very nice mare. Have fun with her. :)
My mother is only doing flat and she started when she bought her.
She is usually better about going onto the bit, but she was really bad that day, it was in between two storms. I kinda just let he fling her head around...
She does usually extend, though she is lazy so it's sometimes hard to get it out of her. She definitely laid back under saddle. From what we know about her she was breed in Upperville, VA and used as a pre-children's horse when she was younger. Then one owner later she was bought by a dressage trainer.
Although, she is awful to tack up. She bits the cross ties...