If it seems like she enjoys cow work - try her at cutting! My only concern is she looks a bit thin through the shoulders for cutting. There's a lot of shoulder and front work in cutting, where the horse has to get down on its legs, stay low and follow the movements of a cow smoothly for a few minutes. Generally cutting horses are stock type (they are recently about 14-15hands but they can big bigger, and there's a push for them to BE bigger as being smaller makes it harder to carry a full sized rider while performing at a high level.) How tall is she?? I would also recommend working her through a training program and put her on feed to gain some muscle. But she's young - so theres room to grow! Pretty girl though!
Last edited by ReiningGirl; 10-06-2011 at 07:29 PM.