Pretty gray horse
Here's what I see of the grey mare.
Overall, she is really nice horse, having inherited the best of each breed she carries. Of course, her color is amazing! Isn't she what they call a "blue"? Hopefully, she won't go white as many gray Arabs do.
Her back is long, but then her neck is of a length to balance it. Shoulder angle is good and neck attaches into the back very nicely. One thing I noticed about this mare is that her neck muscle development is even, (upper and lower muscles both nicely developed,) as opposed to a lot of horses that show over development of the under muscle. She also has decent muscling just in front of the wither, indicating that she lifts her neck from the base and carries her own head, instead of leaning on the rein or giraffing it.
Some posters commented that she needs more topline muscling and that may be true, but many Arabs don't have the kind of obvious "ropy" muscling that Qh's do. She may actually be in good shape but not show it. At least she isn't fat.
She has very good bone all around except that her head is the tinitest bit large to be at maximum balance for the body. Really domed forehead, could indicate a complicated personality, though her eyes say "kind".
Her front , right foot is turned in a little and you can see the the hoof growth is not centered around the axis of the leg. Very , very minor.
The rear legs look good. One little thing is that although she has good bone in her hock, the top of the hock itself has a hint of thickness, almost puffiness to it. Honestly, I am not certain of this point, but I remember an Arab mare I rode for 2 and ahalf years and she had the same kind of hock and began having arthritic trouble at 20. But , seriously, most horses do at 20!
Her hooves are really nice, sit square and are nice pancakey types.
Her rear legs are the tinist bit posty, and that is the qh showing through.
Overall, I would so totally put her in my trailer and take her home!