Thanks for all of the complements! :)
Her resting that back leg is only because of the old injuries and after she gallops out to pasture, etc, her back leg gets sore so she holds it like that.
We are very busy in the horse department right now, i.e. sorting and penning, my sis and I are on a drill team, and we are starting to play horse soccer, so we probably aren't going to breed her quite yet, we need to get everything sorted out with our busy schedule.
My favorite of my trainer's stallions is absolutely incredible with the cows, he is one of the best sorting horses I have seen. He is so fast with them and sensitive with commands. He is trained very well and cuts the cows like a maniac.
Anna, the mare shown above, however, hasn't been introduced to cows as far as I know. She really isn't capable of the quick turns, running around after the cows, etc, with her bad back legs.
There is something about riding down the street on a prancing horse that makes you feel like something, even when you ain't a thing. ~ Will Rogers