Cutting Prospect By Quanah O'Lena
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in San Ramon, CA
Cee Quanah Dance - cute long yearling out of a cutting mare that was used on the club circuit by an amatuer, bred by Ken Hill and half sister to the USET reining champion, Hickorys Holly Cee. "Cody" has a 3 / 4 sister - Quanah Cee Nita that has earned $25K+ NCHA money Take a look at: www. okperformancehorse. com / CodyYearling. html Nominated to major NCHA events. Leads, ties, bathes, loads, hauls, looking to start sacking out. $3500
About San Ramon, CA
The lands now occupied by the City of San Ramon were formerly inhabited by Seunen people, an Ohlone/Costanoan group who built their homes near creeks. Sometime around 1797 they were taken by Mission San José for use as grazing land. In 1834, they were part of the Rancho San Ramon land grant to José María Amador. Amador named San Ramón (Spanish for "Saint Ramon") not after a real saint but rather after a Native American vaquero who tended mission sheep on the land. Amador added the "San" per Spanish custom.