Hard Worker, Great Trail Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Waxahachie, TX
QH Bay Mare. 7 years old. Seasoned trail horse and beginner in working cattle. Never had shoes. GREAT FEET! Hard worker. Loves attention and loves to go. Great personality. Had baby so don't have the time she deserves. Hate to sell. I'm looking for a loving home and someone that will not shoe her. Serious inquiries only please.
About Waxahachie, TX
Waxahachie was founded in August 1850 as the seat of the newly established Ellis County on a donated tract of land given by early settler Emory W. Rogers, a native of Lawrence County, Alabama, who migrated to Texas in 1839. It was incorporated on April 28, 1871, and in 1875 the state legislature granted investors the right to operate a rail line from Waxahachie Tap Railroad to Garrett, Texas, which greatly increased the population of Waxahachie. From 1902 to 1942, Waxahachie was the 2nd home of Trinity University, which was a Presbyterian-affiliated institution founded in 1869. Then-Trinity's main administration and classroom building is today the Farmer Administration Building of Southwestern Assemblies of God University.