Yrlg Stud, any English/Western Disp
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Fairfield, IA
Price is negotiatable. Should mature to about 15. 2 h - 16h, Lady broke, Imprinted at birth and loves attention. Halter broke, ties, bathes, trailer loads, will let you touch him anywhere. You can pick up all four feet and pick them clean. Recently went to local field day parade. Tied to hitch wagon and sported a soft saddle. Buck was awesome!! Going across the bridge and all the excitement didn't faze him. The only request that Buck has is that he will only go to a good home with lots of food, room to roam and people that will love him. Email for more info and picture. Serious inquiries only.
About Fairfield, IA
The area now known as Jefferson County was first settled in 1836, and became Jefferson County in 1839, with the new community of Fairfield as the county seat. The name was suggested by Nancy Bonnifield, one of the settlers, because it aptly described the fair fields of the area. But also author Susan Welty suggests it was a play of words on her own name (bonny field). By 1840, Fairfield had a population of 110 and grew to 650 in 1847. The city was the site of the first and second Iowa State Fairs.