If I was looking for a top-of-the-line barrel prospect, I wouldn't pick her (based on conformation or on breeding). Too long in the back, not rounded enough in the hindquarters, hocks too high off the ground, steeper angle in the shoulder than the hindquarters, and her neck ties in funny (can't quite put my finger on it). Now, that's being really nit-picky. She's a nice looking horse overall. And while some cutting/reining blood is nice for smarts and quickness in a barrel horse, I still like to have some speed and running lines.
Any horse can be a barrel or pole horse if they enjoy it. They may not be 1D quality or make 19-sec poles, but they can still do it at a lower level. You never know until you try.
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It is not enough to know how to ride; one must know how to fall.