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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Jacksonville, TX
Grandson of Handle Bar Doc thru sire and great grandson of Docs Prescription thru his dam. He's breed to cow with great color, disposition and throws that beautiful Doc Bar head. Stout and built to cow. He's been bred three times and all three are turing gray. The are out of two sorrels and one bay mare.
About Jacksonville, TX
Jacksonville began in 1847 as the town of Gum Creek. Jackson Smith built a home and blacksmith shop in the area, and became postmaster in 1848, when a post office was authorized. Shortly afterward, Dr. William Jackson established an office near Smith's shop. When the townsite was laid out in 1850, the name Jacksonville was chosen in honor of these two men.