Great Trail Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Percheron Stallion for Sale in La Vernia, TX
I'm not a business woman. . . . . . . I am a blessed Mother of 10 children and in the process of adopting number 8. :o) The only reason I'm selling Patriot is we are at the last minute TRYING to add on to our home so the State will ok the adoption. This baby were adopting is a sibling to three of my children I adopted already. The babies in Florida and has been in foster since birth and he'll be one in March. Patriot is awesome and laid back. Ties, stands for farrier, loads etc. pictures on webiste: www. freewebs. com / ourkidsrgifts
About La Vernia, TX
The La Vernia area was first inhabited by the Coahuiltecan speaking peoples of Texas and subsequently by nomadic bands of Apache and Comanche who migrated to Texas in the 17th century. One of the earliest land grants made was to Erastus "Deaf" Smith. Smith married Guadalupe Ruiz Durán, a Mexican citizen, who was descended from one of the original Tejano or Spanish Texas families; and as such, received a land grant from the Mexican government on Cibolo Creek, north of present-day La Vernia in 1825. This area remained primarily unsettled by Europeans until 1837, when veterans from the Texas Revolution began to arrive. La Vernia was first settled in earnest around 1850.