Those who don't fall into line seem to always draw the most attention. In this case, a young buckskin reining prospect raised by Clint Haverty made a one-of-a-kind photo. We were doing an article about evaluating performance horses, and the idea was to line up three horses and have them all look the same direction. Getting three young horses to stand in one spot so close together was a challenge. Getting them to look in the same direction made it tougher. The two on the right were cooperating, and then all of a sudden the buckskin saw something to look at to my left. I think that made this a much better photo because of the compositional balance. I also think it's kinda of funny that the horse happened to have a Question Mark brand on his jaw. Those who don’t fall into line seem to always draw the most attention. In this case, a young buckskin reining prospect raised by Clint Haverty made a one-of-a-kind photo. We were doing an article about evaluating performance horses, and the idea was to line up three horses and have them all look the same direction. Getting three young horses to stand in one spot so close together was a challenge. Getting them to look in the same direction made it tougher. The two on the right were cooperating, and then all of a sudden the buckskin saw something to look at to my left. I think that made this a much better photo because of the compositional balance. I also think it’s kind of funny that the horse happened to have a Question Mark brand on his jaw.

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