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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Elgin, TX
Bailey is simply a joy to be around. Even though he's still a very young stallion, he is easy to handle, respectful, and gentle. He brings awesome color possibilities to your foals. He is a Red Lineback Dun, with strong leg bars and dorsal stripe, and frosting of his mane and tail. Bailey currently has one 2003 foal on the ground, a beautiful flaxen sorrel filly, and we are expecting a new foal April 2004. Bailey's AQHA heritage traces back to seven hall of fame Quarter Horse stallions: Joe Reed, King P -234, Sugar Bars, Three Bars, Leo R -1335, Peter McCue and Traveler. $175 stud fee for un - registered mares.
About Elgin, TX
The City of Elgin owes its existence to a major flood of the Colorado River in 1869. Originally, the railroad was to have run from McDade, 10 miles (16 km) east of Elgin, southwest to the Colorado River at a point somewhere between Bastrop and Webberville, then to Austin following the river. In 1871, the Houston and Texas Central Railroad (succeeded by the Southern Pacific Transportation Company) built through the area and established a flag stop called Glasscock named for George W. Glasscock, a local resident and Republic of Texas soldier who lived in the area in the 1830s. Glasscock was renamed on August 18, 1872, for Robert Morris Elgin, the railroad's land commissioner, following the practice of naming new railroad towns after officers of the company.