Dixon is a beautiful buttermilk buckskin. He stands 15.2 and weighs 1200 pounds. He is a registered AQHA, seven year old gelding. We have owned Dixon since he was a yearling. He is easy too catch, load and tie. Our seven year old son is always leading him around and hugging his leg. He is easy to shoe and clip. Dixon has been used extensively on the ranch, doing all aspects of ranch work. He has drug calves to the fire at brandings and roped and doctored cattle and calves outside. This guy will really track a cow! Dixon has also been on the winning teams at ranch rodeos. He will cut a cow as well! Both men and women have rode this horse and everyone gets along great with him. Dixon is also a really nice head horse. We have taken him to little kid rodeos and rode him around with our son and his horse following him. He has been rode in the feedlot. Dixon is not scared of cattle being all around him. Cows have come up behind him and sniffed his tail and it didn’t bother him one bit. We have taken Dixon on trail rides and let someone ride him who hardly ever rides and he took really good care of them. Dixons sire goes back to DRIFTWOOD, WILLYWOOD and POCO BUENO. DRIFTWOOD was known as speedy, in the arena and on the track. He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2006. POCO BUENO is the first horse in history to ever be insured for $100,000. He was a grand champion stallion in 1940. POCO BUENO was a very successful cutting horse. Dixons dam goes back to DRIFTS CHIP and JANA CAN BEE BLUE. JANA CAN BEE BLUE goes back to the great JACKIE BEE. DRIFTS CHIP goes back to DRIFTWOOD and DUSTY HANCOCK. Dixon goes back to DRIFTWOOD on both sides of his papers. Dixon is a horse that the whole family can ride. We have also used Dixon to halter break our colts on. There is nothing this guy can’t do! Dixon does have a scar on his right front leg but it doesn’t affect him and never has. For more information or to come and try him out please contact John Clark at 406 564 3683.