The least you can do is look. However, keep in mind that a lot of sellers aren't notorious for being honest. Many of them are trying to sell a horse they can no longer use, and some a horse that isn't suitable for riding at all.
When you go to see her, ask if they have a pen or paddock where you can "test ride" her to see if she really is all she's hyped up to be. You don't want a large pasture, you want a small arena-sort deal; this way, should a problem arise, people aren't trying to help you from a grand distance.
To be honest, I would look. She looks really promising; her withers are a little high so she wouldn't be a horse I'm looking to show with. But if it's a pleasure-style horse that will be used, I would be more than happy to take her on. Just be sure to have a vet clearance before you start doing any heavy work with her to check for any "hidden" issues under that winter coat.
"Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature's inexorable imperative." (H.G. Wells)
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