By 3 Time AQHA World Champion Cutting Horse Sophisticated Catt. Grandson of High Brow Cat and Doc Wilson. Over 1 1/2 years Cutting Training and Stock Horse/Ranch Horse Versatility training, LIL WILSON has really made a nice young, broke gelding that can be finished in cutting, or further seasoned in Ranch Sorting and/or Ranch Horse/Stock Horse/Versatility competition. Used as a turnback horse November 30th at a cutting in Corn, OK. Versatile. He won his first Ranch Sorting on 7/20/13 in a Ranch Hand class working the herd. Being trained to also show in the Ranch Horse Association and finished Top Ten at his first show end of August in Oklahoma City in the Open class with horses of all ages. Has been roped off of breakaway, dragging a log, and now dallying to steer stop a calf. You could train him in Working Cowhorse/Reined Cowhorse. He got behind the Futurity Program, but that just means he is sound all around, and fresh and ready to show. I bought him from Clear Lakes Ranch in Katy, Texas. The Dam is still alive at almost 30 years old and doing well. This colt is sound barefoot, and has been trained on by Clay Hurst of Oklahoma that starts cutting horses, and shows himself in roping. He was also ridden by Open Rider in Missouri, Lonnie Robertson. I showed him in early June at the Ranch Sorting National Championship Futurity. Right now, he is in training with Johnnie Bellah of Newalla, OK. He is cowy, and quiet moving through the cattle; yet has a motor and speed when he needs it. He is current on barefoot trims, equine dentistry, has a health paper, and May 2013 Negative Coggins. He has speed. He has been used to gather cattle in big pasture roundup situations with Buster Welch, legendary trainer of Peppy San Badger. Lil Wilson and I held the cut that Buster made of cow/calf pairs along with two other cowboys and then drove them in a bunch to the cattle trucks and catch pens. Ridden in rough country and never spooked long trotting before daylight in waist high grass and weeds through fog covered pastures. All that was done in the Fall of his 3 year old year. He was started as a 2 year old, trained in cutting on a flag and on cattle and buffalo as a 3 and 4 year old. Good minded. Sweetheart, lets you clip him, bathe him, groom him. Nice enough to be a ladies or youth horse, tough enough riding to be a rodeo/rope/cutting/cowboy horse. Big stop, flexes at the poll. Make him your next showhorse, or using horse. You may vet check him all you want. He has only one little wire cut on a front heel bulb that does not look bad. Come ride him in Oklahoma or ship him with reassurance and references. All questions will be answered so there are no surprises. Does not crib, buck, weave, kick, pace, or have any other bad habits. Call Houston Heidelberg at ... I will e-mail you back, but don't check every day.