Cowboy Cutter, Working cow Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Clovis, NM
This fantastic working cow horse prospect is a must see. This sorrel horse is bred to be a cutter; she has a lot of cow in her. She is experienced for the working cowboy. Used on wheat pasture and feedlot work. Will make any cowboy handle a rope.
About Clovis, NM
The eastern New Mexico region was home to the prehistoric Clovis culture, an anthropologically significant group of early Native Americans. Several remains have been found at the Blackwater Draw site (south of Clovis, near Portales), which remains a historical and tourist site. Clovis began in 1906, when the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was being constructed through the area and railway engineers were ordered to choose a town site. At first known as "Riley's Switch", it was reportedly renamed Clovis by the station master's daughter, who was studying about Clovis, the first Catholic king of the Franks, at the time. The settlement built up quickly and in 1909 was incorporated.