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Paint Mare for Sale in Dayton, TX
REGISTERED BLACK BASED BAY ROAN FOR SALE. STANDS FOR FARRIER. RECENT VACCINES AND NEGATIVE COGGINS.. SHE CAN BE SNARKY LOADING BUT SHE WILL DO IT. SHE HASN'T BEEN RIDDEN IN APPROXIMATELY 11 YEARS, BEING JUST AN EXPENSIVE PET. SHE WOULD MAKE A GREAT BROOD MARE OR IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, REORIENT HER TO THE SADDLE. SHE IS AN EASY KEEPER. GOOD PEDIGREE IF THAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. UPDATE: AS SOON AS WEATHER CLEARS UP FOR MY TRAINER SHE WILL BE SENT FOR REFRESHER TRAINING AND THE PRICE WILL INCREASE. ALIL INQUIRIES SEND TO BTODD44@YAHOO.COM
About Dayton, TX
Dayton, on U.S. Highway 90 six miles west of Liberty in southwestern Liberty County, was first called West Liberty and was considered part of the original town of Liberty, founded in 1831. The Trinity River divided the two parts of the town: Liberty was on its east bank, and West Liberty was on a hill three miles west of the river. A new road and a ferry directly connected the two. Both parts of the town were located on the four-league Mexican land grant appropriated for the capital of the old municipality of Santísima Trinidad de la Libertad, which later became known as Liberty.