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Half Arabian Mare for Sale in Lockhart, TX
Flashy tri - colored bay / black / white mare with lots of chrome. Handles well, smooth gaits, VERY responsive. Bathes, ties, loads, lounges, stands for farrier. Well mannered. Great trail horse, used in 50 mile endurance races. Currently in conditioning. Prospect for games / gymkhana - she is fast! Needs experienced rider but is not an alpha mare. Easy keeper. Price negotiable to good home. Call or e - mail for more info and check out our website www. coyote - crossing. com for quality quarter horses for sale.
About Lockhart, TX
The city of Lockhart is named after Byrd Lockhart, an assistant surveyor of Green DeWitt and reportedly the first Anglo to set foot in Caldwell County. Lockhart was the site of a victory of the Texans over the Comanche, at the Battle of Plum Creek in 1840. Lockhart was originally called "Plum Creek" but the name was later changed to Lockhart. The town's economic growth began with the arrival of the railroad in the late 19th century, at which time the town became a regional shipping center for local cotton. Following the arrival of the railroad, immigrants arrived in Lockhart and opened various businesses.