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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Lafayette, LA
Foxy Lady , reg. TW 15. 1 hands very wide and thick mare w / a great blood line , strawberry red roam w / flaxin mane& tail, blaze face, w / two stocking. excellent brood mare, trail, beginners, very smooth, automatic gaited , well kept healthy animal. Can furinsh good quility breed ;Palomino, Black, Paint - blk. or red, all studs or well blooded and calm. Will transport her to a reasonable distance. Please help me find her a good home. I am not going to be breeding any more that is why we are moving her , she is my last mare I kept. She is good!Email for quistions or pictures or come ride in the glide on her.
About Lafayette, LA
The Attakapas Native Americans inhabited this area at the time of the first European encounter. French colonists founded the first European settlement, Petit Manchac, a trading post along the Vermilion River. In the mid-to-late eighteenth century, numerous Acadian refugees settled in this area, after being expelled from Canada after Great Britain defeated France in the Seven Years' War. They intermarried with other settlers, forming what became known as Cajun culture, which maintained use of the French language and adherence to the Roman Catholic Church. Jean Mouton, an Acadian settler, donated land to the Catholic church for construction of a small Catholic chapel at this site.