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Paint Stallion at Stud in Murrieta, CA
PAGE IMPRINTER is a Great Horse, He PLACED 6 TH PAINT HORSE WORLD TOP 5 HONOR ROLL, SUPERIOR HALTER. He has Multi Grands, Reserve Grands. You have to see him to believe. He has what it takes to be a great sire. GORGEOUS HEAD, HUGE HANGING HIP, LONG ELEGANT NECK, FABULOUS TOP LINE, BEAUTIFUL CONFIRMATION, WITH WONDERFUL BALANCE. He doesn't carry the Lethal White Syndrome Nor the HYPP Syndrome. He consistantly produces horse with size and beauty with great dispositions. Obviously his great breeding with Page Impressive, Do Do Chick and RH Mr Imprint gives him an edge in any breeding program. He will produce winners. 100% color producer on Paint Mares. Collection fee is $200 Mare Care Dry $12. 00 Mare Care Wet $15. 00 Gladly SHIP SEMEN. LIVE FOAL GUARANTTEE. Exceptional Stallion
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About Murrieta, CA
For most of its history, Murrieta was not heavily populated. On July 17, 1873, Domingo Pujol, Francisco Sanjurjo, and Juan and Ezequiel Murrieta purchased the Rancho Pauba and Rancho Temecula Mexican land grants, comprising 52,000 acres (210 km 2) in the area. Ezequiel returned to Spain and turned the land over to his younger brother, Juan Murrieta (1844–1936), who brought 7,000 sheep to the valley in 1873, using the meadows to feed his sheep. The partnership dissolved in 1876 and Ezequiel and Juan Murrieta retained 15,000 acres of the northern half of the Temecula Rancho. Ezequiel and Juan Murrieta granted a right-of-way, one-hundred-feet wide to the California Southern Railroad through the Temecula Rancho on April 28, 1882 so that the railroad could be constructed through the valley.