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Hi Everyone, I was wondering if you could critique my colt named Rascal who was born in May. This is an older photo of him from June. I will try to post more recent photos later. He is out of an AQHA Palomino reining stallion who's sire is Wimpys Little Step. His sire has a great mind and has been successful in the reining pen here in the Northwest. I owned and showed his dam who is a paint. She is one of those rare all around mare's who could win a western pleasure class and run the fastest time in a barrel pattern on the same day. She was extremely versatile and would have excelled in any discipline. I just used her in numerous events for 4H. So far Rascal is extremely athletic and confident. He loves to gallop around the pasture and seems to naturally perform many rollbacks and stops. He is very quick and catty. I would love for him to be a reining prospect but I'm also thinking he might make a great barrel racing prospect???! I also think he would make a great stallion based on his conformation, he has that lovely trapezoid shape? Would it be an issue that he is a breeding stock paint? He didn't receive any markings from dam who is a loudly colored tobiano. Here are their pedigrees: Sire: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/nu+steps+to+cash Dam: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/smokes+mackay