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Cutter Bill Horses

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This was a line that was recommended to me for a good cross to Jojo, however I know nothing about the line, what there temperament are like, confo problems, nothing and was wondering if anyone had any experience with a Cutter Bill horse, what did you guys think of them?

I also have not had much luck finding a good stallion so if you guys know of any please send their info my way.

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My previous horse was Cutter Bill bred and came from Kansas. I no longer have his papers as they went with him. I can't remember any specifics except he had an exceptional conformation. Very healthy with strong hooves. He was extremely stubborn and way too much horse for me. He had some issues but they weren't from breeding! Best wishes!!

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I think Cutter Bill was a palomino owned by Rex Cauble. He was an exceptional cutting horse and there is/was a Cutter Bill arena named after him.

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I haven't heard that name in years!

When I was a kid, there was a Cutter Bill son that used to walk away from every show with trophies. Beautifully structured, golden peach palomino stud with a calm, sensible nature. Loved and drooled over that horse for years!

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Cutter Bill son at stud

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Well it seems that finding good CB stallions are hard to come by. Bill the Cutter, deceased and they are only using the frozen on proven mares. Triple Cutter is for sale and pending exportation overseas. Cutter Bill San and Cutter Bill Dexter (full brothers owned by river bluff ranch and the best I have seen of all the studs) aren't breeding to outside mares. Bubba Dexter died and they have no semen . . . do you see the trend I am finding! It seems if they own one they want to keep to themselves or their stallion has met their end :(

King Bijou is the only one so far that I have found that is plausible, but I will dig some more.

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I rode quite a few CB bred horses in the 70s and 80s. I liked them then, but they are pretty 'dated' when compared to the horses available today. They had good bone and feet and were considered very athletic in their day, but not so much any more. There is a reason you don't see much of their breeding any more.

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I liked them then, but they are pretty 'dated' when compared to the horses available today. They had good bone and feet and were considered very athletic in their day, but not so much any more.

Can you clarify what you mean here?

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I see what you mean about being "dated" from a competition point of view, but I'm looking for a solid build (maybe even a little wide) all round horse that I can use for a good ranch horse on a small ranch and as a trail horse. Most important is a mindset that I just don't see in many of the QH today. I'm also not a fan of how tall the QH is getting and lanky people are wanting them.

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