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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Maricopa, AZ
Mr. T has had a rough life, he got beatup by a mare and has no front teeth. This does not stop him, he is a people horse and loves the trails. He loves to run and run and run. He is older but do not tell him that! Please give him a home. . . we have too many horses right now. . . thanx!!!
About Maricopa, AZ
Maricopa has had three locations over the years: Maricopa Wells, Maricopaville and Maricopa Junction; the latter gradually became known as Maricopa. It started as an oasis around a series of watering holes eight miles north of present-day Maricopa, and about a mile west of Pima Butte. European-American traders and travelers called it Maricopa Wells. Several of Arizona’s rivers, the Gila, Santa Cruz, Vekol and Santa Rosa provided this oasis in the desert with an ample supply of water during this period of time. During the late 1800s, Maricopa Wells was one of the most important relay stations along the San Antonio-San Diego Mail Line and the later more famous Butterfield Overland Mail Route.