Down Right Talented has already been proven as both a photo show and live show horse. Although he hasn't placed well in live shows, he is a very consistant placer in photo shows. Especially performance. But, his markings are not really realistic. I was told he is a sabino, but I have never seem a sabino with markings like that before.
Heza Sweet Temptation is the first horse I ever painted and send to a live show. He placed, but it was 6th of 6. Not a huge plus for this horse. I have also noticed that his details got filled in quite a bit. The only good thing he really has going for him is that he has never been in a photo show. He could do really well, but I'm just not sure.
Naughty By Nature has never been shown before. At all. He was never shown by the previous owner and I haven't shown him yet either. He is really cute, his markings and color are realistic, but he is a really old custom. He was done in the early 90's, so I'm not even sure he is up to par with the other horses out there.
I really only need to choose 1 horse, but part of me is thinking that I should choose 2 horses to pull from the string. I have another horse that I am working on right now and I have so many horses that I will be repositioning that I don't really know what to do. Part of me thinks that I should just retire all of my custom horses are get new ones. I don't know. I am going to do some thinking.