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Arabian Mare for Sale in Magnolia, MS
Gentle young maiden mare, has had alot of groundwork but never ridden. Grandaughter of Barich de Washoe, registered as Temptress Bandora. Would love to keep, but am getting a stud and can't have both. For more info, please email me, will have photo soon. Price is negotiable.
About Magnolia, MS
Magnolia was founded in 1856 by Ansel H. Prewett, a local civic leader and cotton planter. Knowing that the approaching New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern Railroad (now the Illinois Central Railroad) would need a station for water and fuel, Prewett sold a right-of-way to the railroad company – for one dollar, according to legend – and divided a section of his plantation into town lots, which he sold to investors. Prewett, while serving as temporary sheriff of Pike County, was killed by outlaws in the early 1870s escorting a prisoner on the very railroad that made Magnolia a viable community. Magnolia grew rapidly in the 1860s, and in the late nineteenth century Magnolia served as a popular small-town resort for wealthy New Orleanians, who took trains north from New Orleans to enjoy Magnolia's fresh air and sparkling creeks.