I think that was an excellent critique. I am far from a cattle judge but the rear legs look like the weak point to me. I would however be glad to have her in my pasture.Boot Jack Bulls":1jiqhckb said:She is at that wonderful age where they are hip high and kind of gangly, so its hard to judge. Kinda like horses, they go from a cute foal, to that yearling year where they often don't look great, even though they will be. She does appear to have a nice top and is deep in her barrel, and the structure on her front legs is acceptable. Her back legs have more set (bannana leg) than I personally like, which caused her back cannons to be out of line a bit. The back of the cannon bone should drop in a straight line from the point of the tail head. She appears to be a bit heavy fronted, but her head carriage in the picture influences that perception a ton. She is also what I consider a touch light boned compared to her mass and frame. She is not what I would consider a barn burner herself, but bred right, may produce some good ones.