Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Sundre, Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
Thanks Shesinthebarn, she looks alot more "tough" this year, that is her pictured as a yearling. When she comes home from the trainers for her month off I will have to take some pictures of her not under saddle! :)
Kitten those aren't lines that you see in reining horses or cutters really...BUT the Driftwood line (Sire's Side) are super talented and a pretty good at anything. They are normally roping or ranch horses but with that being said reining originated from ranch work. My gelding, Dillon, is driftwood bred and even though we haven't started to ride him yet his smarts and talents far surpass most horses that I have worked with. And what it comes down to more that pedigree is a horse conformation they need to have the build to move and stop with that much speed.
What level of reining/cutting are you wanting to get into?