The only thing I can see is she has a long back but alot of horses have long backs and its something that you can work around, hers is not so that it would effect her I don't think, she is really cute though :p haha
She does have a long back, steep croup and steep shoulder. Common problems in the breed. Probably will be a bumpy ride at the trot and will probably have a little problem balancing at a canter when she is first learning but would be a good little pulling horse. The last pic it looks like she toes out a bit, but that might just be the way she is standing. Other than that her legs look good and strong so they should hold up well like a typical haflinger. I like her neck and she has a really cute head.
My mom bought her for my little brother after she is trained, but I think I might just have to steal her because I don't thunk he took to riding. Next month she's starting in 4-H with me and she might possibly go to college with me in a couple of years, but as for right now, she's a pleasure horse. Posted via Mobile Device