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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Alamosa, CO
more picts of the mare and foal if you email me. We rescued this mare last fall b / c we wanted another horse to ride. She was so skinny when we got her we did not know she was going to have the baby. The weather was bad after we got her so she just sat and ate, then we started to notice the belly. We took her to the vet and he confirmered that she was in foal. So we have not done anything with this mare and have since bought another hose to ride. She is easy to be around and has a GREAT attitude and has been really good about us being around the stud colt. The colt was born April 12 and is a chestnut with a perfect bell on his forehead. He is PERFECT in the looks department and our shoer loves her feet!
About Alamosa, CO
Alamosa was established in May 1878 by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad and quickly became an important rail center. The railroad had an extensive construction, repair and shipping facility in Alamosa for many years and headquartered its remaining narrow gauge service here with trackage reaching many points throughout southwest Colorado and northern New Mexico. Alamosa is now a notable tourist town with many nearby attractions, including the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve and Colorado Gators Reptile Park. The town hosts "Summer Fest on the Rio" which occurs the first weekend in June, the Early Iron car show over the Labor Day weekend, and "Weekends on the Rio" on various Sundays throughout the summer The city takes its name from the Spanish adjective Alamosa, meaning "of cottonwood", for the cottonwood forests which grow along the Rio Grande and throughout town.