I am aware of this. However, regardless of papers, I find that most people selling a horse would have somewhere in the add, or mention at some point, what the breed/height/etc (or thought breed/age/height/color) of the horse is. I understand there are other circumstances like the OPs where horse came from auction and history on the horse easily be unknown. I simply assumed OP had tried the horse out before buying. ;)
My best friend and I are trying to sell her filly. The only thing I can tell you for 100% certain is that she's black with four white socks and a blaze and she's about 14.2hh. We *think* she's about 4-4.5 years old. We also *think* she's mostly stock horse (QH or paint) with at least some Arab thrown in. We put all that in the ad and stated why we didn't know for sure, though.
OP, she's cute, for sure.
As said, she's chestnut in color.
As for breed, I see mostly stock horse (likely QH), but there's something there that brings to mind Arab. Regardless, she's a grade with no papers, so I'd just say she's a "grade QH cross."
For height...she looks shorter than 15hh to me. If you're 5'3", then her withers would be 3" below the top of your head, which would be just below your eyes, or thereabouts. I'd honestly put her closer to 14.1-14.2hh. Posted via Mobile Device