Overall I like her! She's got a nice 4 beat walk where she tracks nicely with her back feet going into the footprints of her front feet. She has a decent trot. While she won't be an automatic hack winner in the upper level hunter shows she'd be decent and looks sound. As far as the dressage shows? Um, don't know!
She just seems to have a sweet overall personality and I like that she licks and chews a lot when she's worked. At least has an idea of how to move off your leg and knows how two lunge. Was it just me or did they not ever canter on her back? I may have missed that.... I would think that's kind of strange. Definitely worth a look to go see. She's the kind of horse I'd buy for a re-sale project. Pretty enough that someone else would want her. Fancy enough to do decently, kind personality. I'd much rather have a $10,000 horse that anyone can ride then a $100,000 that's really only going to be a professional's horse. Your market will be MUCH bigger and you'll sell much faster. I've found that timing is everything, especially if you have to pay board. Have you done the math? With a 2,500 horse, how fast would your expenses add up so you could still make a decent profit off of her? If you can make it work and she's as sweet in person as she is on video, I'd say go for it!