Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Southern Indiana
I see reining on the top side, cutting & halter on the bottom.
Sometimes the best thing to do is to try a little bit of everything and see which your horse is best at and enjoys the most. They'll work harder for you when they have a job they like.
You never know, he might be good at whatever task you put him too. Back in the day they wanted horses who could do it all not just specialize in one thing.
As long as your horse is healthy in mind and body then there's no need to worry about line breeding. His isn't that bad anyway, I've seen way worse.