Great Trail Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Racking Mare for Sale in West Monroe, LA
As you can tell we just had a good rain. This Racking Filly is the horse for you, she has been started on halter breaking and is doing well. she has a white blaze and white on 3 legs. will make a wonderful trail horse when she gets grown. Mother is a chestnut and father is a black and white paint.
About West Monroe, LA
Originally laid out in 1837 as Byron by John Campbell at the foot of the ferry landing to Monroe, the town floundered and Campbell went bankrupt. The area was bought by Christopher Dabbs, a doctor from Virginia who submitted the plans for Cotton Port in 1854; it was officially recognized in 1859. It too languished until the arrival of the Vicksburg, Shreveport, & Texas Railroad and the construction of the bridge over the Ouachita. Cotton Port boomed as a river port and rail depot.