I love her temperament, she’s sweet but spicy and loves to go.
movement she has a great trot, big and smooth
She really moves wonderfully.
Conformation I’m honestly not sure, I suck at that….
I grew up in the rescuing standerbreds and OTTBs
so I don’t really know what I’m looking for confirmation wise ?
Any tips ?
Basic conformation doesn't change from breed to breed. There are certain specific things that pertain to Arabs but less in the race bred Arabs. Table top croup and dishy face don't matter as much to race horses or endurance horses. Frensh bred horses are not known for their type. But leg, shoulder, hip conformation doesn't change. Hoof and pastern angles don't change (good vs bad).
If you stand back from her and look at her, do you think, "Wow, she's gorgeous!" or do you look and say, "MMMMmmmmm she's got some wonky bits.". While conformation (form to function) is or should be King, it isn't everything. We've probably all had horses that conformationally were trainwrecks and far from being lame because they look like they should stand up and fall back down, that indefinable "heart" and their willingness to try and give all they've got, make them super stars.
Was she ever actually on the racetrack or is long distance and endurance all she's done? If she was raced, I'd get a very thorough PPE done, radiographs and ultrasounds a must.