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Trakehner Mare for Sale in Pueblo, CO
Registration number P0003***8 By Commander Bond (TB) out of Pukanani (TK) (has Perlenschnur vom Schimmelhof in maternal line) Asking $2, 500 Sound Barefoot Alpha mare type in herd. Easy keeper. Does not crib or have any known stable vices. Training: Broke to ride WTC, ready to train in chosen discipline. Needs conditioning. Selling because my son lost interest. Prospect: Hunter Jumper or lower level Dressage or a pleasure horse. Brood Mare Prospect: check out an unbelievably gorgeous Trakenher Stallion ~Feuertanzer~ at www. freebreeding. com. The owners of this stallion are currently offering Breeding for the cost of shipping only. Learn more at the website. Please requestmore photos from shetoucheshor***@earthlink. net
About Pueblo, CO
James Beckwourth, George Simpson, and other trappers such as Mathew Kinkead, claimed to have helped construct the plaza that became known as El Pueblo around 1842. According to accounts of residents who traded at the plaza (including that of George Simpson), the Fort Pueblo Massacre happened sometime between December 23 and December 25, 1854, by a war party of Utes and Jicarilla Apaches under the leadership of Tierra Blanca, a Ute chief. They allegedly killed between fifteen and nineteen men, as well as captured two children and one woman. The trading post was abandoned after the raid, but it became important again between 1858 and 1859 during the Colorado Gold Rush of 1859. The current city of Pueblo represents the consolidation of four towns: Pueblo (incorporated 1870), South Pueblo (incorporated 1873), Central Pueblo (incorporated 1882), and Bessemer (incorporated 1886).