The problem is I don't know anything about cutting and have very little cattle experience---not that I know anymore about reining to be honest. But at least that doesn't require one to have acess to cattle!
My background is generic western lessons, trails, saddleseat lessons--never showed, and huntseat-never showed or jumped all entry level stuff.
What I have noticed about the filly immediately is that she just carries herself and moves differently than any horse I have ever had or been around. I have had, boarded for others at my house, or taken lessons on Thoroughbreds, Saddlebreds, a western pleasure QH, QH's and Paints that had nobody we could even identify at all on their papers.
What I mean about she carries herself different is just watching her in the stall she gets her legs WAY under herself. Farther than any of the horses I have ridden or even closely watched do as an adult. Is that just a baby thing? She also was doing full turns in her stall. Pivoting a full 360 with almost not even hardly moving her inner hind leg. Again is that a any baby horse thing does it or is it something that will give me an idea as to what to have her trained to do in the next couple years?
Thanks! Sorry for my lengthy opening post!