LOL, it is very hard for me to judge conformation on a horse that is parked out because I am not accustomed to seeing it. One thing I can see is that it appears that her legs are clean, straight, and sturdy with good angles (at least I think so, I can't see her hocks well but I haven't seen many gaited horses with posty hocks). Weight/condition/coat all look really good to me. No ribs, no pointy hips or shoulders, no jiggly blubber, coat is about as shiny as you can expect with the start of winter woolies. Muscling looks decent, topline isn't perfect but it isn't bad either. All in all, even parked out like that, I see a sturdy horse that appears to have sound conformation. I see absolutely no reason why you couldn't do whatever you wanted to with her.