Cutting Horse Pedigree

Winston Hansma explains how pedigree can impact trainability for cutting horses.

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Cutting horse pedigrees are bred specifically for the ability to stop, turn, draw, and work a cow. While horses that don’t have a black type pedigree can succeed, horses that are bred for the event will generally rise to the event when it’s time to perform. 

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