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Anxious for show season to start! Cutting pics
Looking through pics from last season, and getting soo excited to start shows back up in a month! Just thought I would share a few pics of "Kit Down N Dirty" and I from last season :) He is a son of Kit Dual out of Dual Pep, and I just adore him!
Awesome!!! I'm starting my guy on cows this year!! Should be interesting!!!
It is sooo fun!!! You will be instantly hooked! Good luck!
Boy does he ever look like a Dual Pep, very good looking boy. Looks like a ton of run, I may try cutting on day, I'm sure my cow bred reiners can show me some stuff!
That looks amazing, and like it's incredibly fun! Make me think I should switch over to Western...
Cool pictures that looks like soooo much fun!!!
I love westren! I really think it would be cool too to try cutting but horses for that disipline are really expensive around here. I have a horse cutting bred but not started any tips?
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Great shots, horse and rider! :))
Thanks all for the comments! And yes, unfortunately, cutting is not a cheap hobby... A "finished" cutting horse takes years to accomplish (and lots of money in training fees).. I lucked out, and bought my gelding for a relatively cheap price, because although he had a ton of training, he had not been shown much due to his previous owner. My advice would be to talk to a trainer in your area, or someone else who does show in cutting...some trainers who are not as "well known" may be able to work with you a little more on making training fees a little more affordable for you if you are in fact serious about getting your horse started in it! One word of advice though, a green cutting horse and a rider who is new to cutting often don't learn very well together! It is better to start off on a finished cutter who can show you the ropes, then in turn you will learn how to school your beginner horse.
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