Thanks for the comments...I appreciate them. :) I will keep an eye on her legs--both hocks are hot at the moment, so we will be resting her for a couple months and just doing light ground work to try to get them to heal, especially her bad one. How much of an affect will the posti-ness in back hurt her? My Paso Fino has, in my opinion, much worse legs in back and we compete gaming and do trail riding.
My thoughts for this filly are to do some hunter under saddle with her, as well as showing in trail and horsemanship. Clearly she's not put together well-enough for halter showmanship.
Today the vet came out--gave shots, did Coggins test, and did teeth. She had 3 caps pulled, as well as a wolf tooth, and got her teeth floated, so now she should put on the weight much better. She also has lice, so we are treating her for that.
Also, I don't know if this makes a difference, but her feet are kind of broken off--she hasn't gotten proper farrier care for awhile, so hopefully those will get better. If she's still growing, will her feet also grow? She probably still has another 3-4 inches to go or so (from what we estimated) so is there a chance her hooves might get bigger too?
Do you think she'll be sound for what I plan on using her for? She's not an energetic horse at ALL, so there's no way she could do gaming. I think some pleasure classes, trail classes and horsemanship classes are more up her alley, if she can stay sound for them--what do you think??