but remember when you go to kick or jerk a cutter that they can move out from under you much faster than a plow horse.
If she is a true cutter, then it might be wise to familiarize yourself with cutting cues and how a cutting horse moves (by watching not doing)....as to avoid the cues. Good cutters make FAAAST movements. That's what they are bred and trained to do. I have been riding cutters my whole life and cut on the farm regularly and sometimes I still find myself on the ground.
Cutters can become family and trail horses. Time and patience. Don't forget what she is bred and trained to do. You may find out you got in over your head and can sell her to a ranch as a cutter. Give her some time, yall still new to each other. She is used to have a "job" and now she is just standing in your pasture.