Her pasterns are pretty upright, which increases concussion in their legs. Her throatlatch is pretty thick which can make flexing difficult. She has a pretty weak rear end-- but I'm used to gaited horses. I like her neck, though, and her back seems pretty good.
As for jumping, as long as you aren't doing it EVERY DAY, I don't think it would hurt to school her over some jumps.
From the pics, I can tell nothing as far as saddle fit. Her bit is fine, as long as she does OK with it. Don't fix what isn't broken.
A regular horse halter should be fine. Rope halters are adjustable.
Last edited by vivache; 09-26-2010 at 04:05 AM.