Gem Dandy Rodeo

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Quarter Horse
Red Dun
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2009
United States
Ad Status

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Georgetown, TX

Drop dead gorgeous 6 year old AQHA registered mare. Gem Dandy Rodeo aka Little Bit is loping the barrel pattern and has been trotted through the pole bending pattern. Has a big stop! Little Bit has been hauled and exhibitioned, the crowds, lights, music nothing phased her! She eats and drinks on the road like a champ. Little Bit had 30 days of breakaway/ calf roping back when she was four and was also used for day work out in the fields. We've tracked some steers on her, she's very quiet in the box. Extremely laid back but will get up and work when asked to. Will make an awesome all around rodeo horse when finished out! Very gritty and already going in looking for the barrels. Gets better each time we work her, will continue to be worked daily. Plenty of videos up on youtube, just search h
... more»er registered name! Get her now before her price goes up with training!

About Georgetown, TX

Georgetown has been the site of human habitation since at least 9,000 BC, and possibly considerably before that. The earliest known inhabitants of the county, during the late Pleistocene (Ice Age), can be linked to the Clovis culture, a Paleo-Indian culture characterized by the manufacture of distinctive "Clovis points" that first appeared around 9200 BC, and possibly as early as 11,500 BC, at the end of the last glacial period. One of the most important discoveries in recent times is that of the ancient skeletal remains dubbed the "Leanderthal Lady" because of its age and proximity to a nearby community Leander, Texas. The site is immediately southwest of Georgetown and was discovered by accident by Texas Department of Transportation workers while core samples for a new highway were being drilled. The site has been extensively studied for many years, and samples carbon date the findings to the Pleistocene period, about 10,500 years ago (8500 BC).

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