3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Boyce, LA
Scout is a sorrell / white tobiano Paint / Quarter Horse gelding. Not registered. He has only been used on trail rides and around the neighborhood. Very sweet people loving horse and loves to play in water. Looking to buy a gaited mare is the only reason I am selling him.
About Boyce, LA
Originally called Cotile Landing, the name was changed to Boyce in 1880, when the Texas and Pacific Railroad made Boyce its terminal point. The town was named for Judge Henry Boyce, who owned the land on which the town was located. Being of Irish descent, Boyce, and/or his son Henry Archinard Boyce, gave all the streets Irish names as he did his own plantation, Ulster, which was immediately adjacent to the town along Bayou Jeunes des Gens (Jean de Jean). The post office was moved more than once but was returned to Boyce in 1883 and the Postal Service chose Boyce, even though there was a majority opposition, because the train depot already carried that name. Under charter of May 7, 1887, Boyce was organized and a council elected.