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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Buena Vista, CO
This mare is beautiful. She is unregistered due to the fact that cremellos were unable to be registered as Quarter Horses at the time she was born. She is definitely very QH, though. She is very easy to work with on the ground. I am not sure of her rideability so I am selling her for breeding. Her birth date is in 99, however I had to put in a date to get the ad to take.
About Buena Vista, CO
The Arkansas River Valley and the area of what would become Buena Vista was first settled in 1864 by settlers drawn to the area by the plentiful water which made the land suitable for agriculture. By 1880, the county seat had moved from Granite to Buena Vista, but by 1928 Salida had a larger population so the county seat was moved once again. By 1894, Buena Vista had electricity, telephone service, street lights, parks, cemeteries, and schools. Travelers, speculators, and miners traveling up the Arkansas Valley towards Leadville made Buena Vista a popular stagecoach stop, and railroad depot following the 1890s. While certainly experiencing economic ups and downs, the valley's agricultural economy has made the area more resistant to the 'boom, bust' cycle of mining towns.