Originally Posted by KWPNowner
I think it depends what level and discipline of jumping you're looking for. Her build wouldn't suggest she'll be a top Hunter or a GP jumper, but I don't see anything about her build that would stop you and her from being happy over smaller courses. She doesn't have a typical hunter "look", but her form over fences and movement would be the most important factor in telling if she could be successful in the hunter ring at any level. Her scope, natural proclivity towards being careful and handiness would be the important factors in determining her success in the jumper ring.
I agree with KWPNowner. There doesn't look to be anything major that would stop her from being able to do lower level stuff perfectly fine.
She's fairly balanced compared to some QH's, I like her shoulder, she should be able to get her knees up and square without much trouble. Her neck and front end is pretty heavy which is typical, but she's not downhill so she should be able to manage just fine. I like her hind end, her pelvis isn't super upright and that is a good thing in my books, I like her stifle placement as well.
I think is super cute and looks very sweet, and I don't see any reason why she wouldn't be able to do any sort over lower level stuff that you want to do, english or western. I know lots of quarter horses that do english, eventing, dressage, and show jumping and do great! Most of those horses are never going to do the 4 foot jumpers or anything like that, but they are smart, willing, and laid back, and try very hard no matter what you ask, which makes them great lower level partners