I like her. For faults I see very high withers that can make saddle fit a bit problematic. This trait also shows a slight dip in her neck where it joins the withers. She has a good front.. nice lay to her shoulder and good angles. She might be a bit tied in behind the knee but looks to have adequate bone for her size.
Her hind leg is a tad straight and set a bit far back.. but this is splitting hairs.
The only thing I can see that concerns me is the way her right hind foot is turning as she walks in the third image with her walking towrd the camera. It looks like she is rotating her foot as she walks over it almost like a bowlegged behind horse would do. That being said, the photo is a still and it might be fine if you saw her moving in person.
She has a nice short back which will make her handy (in spite of her size) but with the long legs she may tend to catch her front feet with her hinds when collected and trotting. She may need boots on her fronts to keep her from removing her shoes with her hind feet. If that is a problem some would suggest her hind shoes have short trailers and her front toes be rocked. I hate trailers as the tend to stress a horse's hocks and would prefer front boots if that is an issue with her.
Nice horse. I like bays.. but the color is my last consideration.