Originally Posted by Endiku
She doesnt have the prettiest head, but that shouldn't matter unless you planned on dressage or something too xP
This is an incorrect statement. Any dressage show that is following the standards of dressage is not concerned with the horse's looks nearly as much as the horse's ability. I understand that certain horses are favored because they tend to do better in certain movements, but this mustang could do just fine in the lower levels.
Plus, her head isn't ugly. She's in her winter snuggies from the looks of things and lots of horses (ponies and mustangs in particular) look thicker in the head when they grow their little winter beard under their chin.
She doesn't really look all that downhill to me, and she is still young enough that this could improve.
Her weight and conditioning look fantastic to me.
My only critique is that her neck is short and muscled enough that it may be challenging to achieve the optimum level of bend and flexion at times.