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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Beckville, TX
Now standing at stud in East Texas, Easy Joe Cartman. Grandson of Sonny Dee Bar (2003 AQHA Hall of Fame) , Great Grandson of Easy Jet (1993 AQHA Hall of Fame, SI 100) , Eternal Sun (50% Foundation QH & SI 95) , & Joak (100% Foundation QH & SI 95) . Easy Jo is the calmest easy going stud that I have seen. For more information & photos visit our web page.
About Beckville, TX
Named after early settler Matthew W. Beck who arrived sometime around 1850. A local post office opened in 1857, and by 1885 the community had two churches, two steam gristmills, three general stores, a hotel, a blacksmith, and an estimated population of seventy-five. When the Texas, Sabine Valley and Northwestern Railway was built through the county in 1886, the townspeople demanded such high prices for their property that railroad officials bypassed it a mile to the north. Joe Biggs, who owned the land in that area, sold it to the railroad and laid out a new townsite.