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    03-13-2010, 07:18 PM
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Yearling
Cowhorse/Penner/cutter for sale

2002 registered bay gelding. Just shy of 14.3 hands. Cutting bred, Dualin Gun, Dual Pep bred. Had 17 months professional cutting training in 2007 and 2008. Cut cattle and buffalo. Has not been on cows since early last summer. Has not been shown. Good prospect for pennning, working cow or tune him up and cut on him. He knows his job. Very quick and catty, he is a horse that really enjoys cattle work. Trailers and travels well. Many trail miles. Not for a beginner. UTD on everything. Priced low due to not being worked this winter. Serius adult inquiries please. $5000 firm, no trades.
Dualin Dillinger Quarter Horse


Rider in photos is 6'3"
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    03-19-2010, 09:55 PM
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Yearling
He is SOLD
     

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