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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Haslet, TX
Little Joe Twos Girl (a. k. a. China Doll) , a beautiful mare with a copper - bronze shine in the sunlight, is looking for a good and loving home. She has a great pedigree and is a prospect for breeding. She has done a lot of trail riding, was a lesson horse, and is smooth and easy to ride (even on a loose rein) . No buck, rear, kick, bite or pitch in this girl. She is obedient, not spooky, and can easily be handled by a beginner. AQHA Certificate of Registration and negative coggins in hand, all paperwork is in order, dewormed July 12, 2007, and up to date on all shots. Vet checks are welcome prior to purchase. Email me for pedigree and more pictures. No traders please!
About Haslet, TX
According to the Handbook of Texas , the area was settled around 1880, but likely no distinct community formed until 1883, when the tracks of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway were extended through the area. Haslett, Michigan, was the hometown of the railroad's contractor. A post office opened in 1887; by 1896, the one-teacher school had 21 students. Haslet's population was 67 in 1903 and 50 in 1915. During the 1920s, Haslet had three grocery stores, a hardware store, a dry goods store, and a cotton gin.