Little teacup feet and an upright pastern. Nothing wrong with that only that she will be more prone to corns and could get a bit more jarring.
Our Quarter Horse has these type of feet and she's really quick and agile! Most horses with these type of feet I have found to be very quick, agile and good sporters/cow horses etc anything that requires surefootedness and agility.
I know a lot of people will disagree with me and say that her feet and legs are wrong but I think you will find this will be a good thing for the future.
However, I can't tell if she is sickled hock I would need a picture of her back end but from the other photos I will say she is a nice looking quarter horse.
A lovely hip she haves.
Hope This Helps!
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