Choc Full Of Dun It (Buckshot) son Of Hollywood Dun It

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Quarter Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2000
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Baton Rouge, LA

Choc Full of Dun It (Buckshot) I have been lucky enough to own Buckshot for 7 years. He is the son of world famous reigning horse, Hollywood Dun It. His Dam is Pines Rewind. GREAT BREEDING. Stands for farrier, can be cross tied, a dream to haul, and is pretty patient. Has not been barrel raced in a few years, but with some tuning, would make a great barrel horse. Has been hauled to barrel shows but not since 2011. Also been hauled to pole bending shows. Would make a great team penning horse, has been hauled to one show and did excellent. Is trained in reigning, but has not been hauled to shows with me, again with tuning he would make an awesome reining horse. Is currently ridden in a hackmore, but can be ridden in a bit. Is very patient and I often ride him in a halter if needed. Can be r
... more»idden bareback without any issues. I hate to get rid of Bucky, but I feel as though I have out grown him. Please text me 225-931-8081 or email me if you are interested and would like to visit him! Here is a video of him:

About Baton Rouge, LA

Human habitation in the Baton Rouge area has been dated to 12000–6500 BCE, based on evidence found along the Mississippi, Comite, and Amite rivers. Earthwork mounds were built by hunter-gatherer societies in the Middle Archaic period, from roughly the fourth millennium BCE. The speakers of the Proto- Muskogean language divided into its descendant languages by about 1000 BCE; and a cultural boundary between either side of Mobile Bay and the Black Warrior River began to appear between about 1200 BCE and 500 BCE, a period called the Middle "Gulf Formational Stage". The Eastern Muskogean language began to diversify internally in the first half of the first millennium AD. The early Muskogean societies were the bearers of the Mississippian culture, which formed around 800 CE and extended in a vast network across the Mississippi and Ohio valleys, with numerous chiefdoms in the Southeast, as well.

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