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Paint Mare for Sale in Sarcoxie, MO
I will give this APHA filly tobiano sorrel and white, most likely homozygous to someone in exchange for a western saddle and pad and some transports. . . or trade for?
About Sarcoxie, MO
Sarcoxie was platted in the early 1830s, and it was originally called Centerville from its location upon Center Creek. In 1839, the settlement was renamed in honor of Sarcoxie, a chief of the Delaware Indians who had settled near a spring in the present town limits. Sarcoxie was once the strawberry capital of the world and still is the peony capital of the world, and home to Gilbert H. Wild, one of America's largest growers of daylilies, iris, and peonies. Sarcoxie once had its own currency that had a picture of a strawberry on one side.