Gorgeous Double-Bred LEO Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Commerce, TX
Leo has been ridden on trails and shown as a western pleasure horse. He is a beautiful mover with lots of natural collection and a great headset plus a fantastic stop. Needs 30 day refresher course, has not been ridden in two years. Needs an experienced rider to get him going again, but will make a solid ride with not much time. Leo - bred horses are known for their versatility and hardiness. I hate to sell him for sentimental reasons, but he is getting fat just sitting in my pasture and I would like to see him being used to his full potential. I had to quit riding for health reasons, that is why he has not been ridden. Would especially make a good working horse as he is very stout and has a lot of endurance. ~~~~~~~~~~
About Commerce, TX
The town of Commerce was formed when two merchants named William Jernigan and Josiah Jackson established a trading post and mercantile store where the present-day downtown area is. The rural area just to the northeast was an open prairie originally known as Cow Hill. The town was established in 1872 and named "Commerce" due to the thriving economic activity among the cotton fields and ideal farm and ranch lands between the Middle and South Sulphur rivers on the rich, black gumbo prairie in northeast Hunt County. The town incorporated in 1885. Two years later, a railroad was built through Commerce to transport merchandise from Fort Worth, and nine years later, William L.