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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Fairfield, IA
Girlie has a cresent moon on forehead and a small star above nose. She has two rear white socks. She has been imprinted and handled daily. Very feisty and curious about what life has in store for her. She should mature to about 15. 2-16+hh. She will be ready for a new home in Oct / Nov when weaned. A deposit can be used to hold her until she is weaned. Mom is 17. 2h perfectly marked bay clyde mare, and dad is a 15 H black grade quarter paint. Glad to answer any questions you have. E - mail for pictures of filly and parents, glad to send them.
About Fairfield, IA
The area now known as Jefferson County was first settled in 1836, and became Jefferson County in 1839, with the new community of Fairfield as the county seat. The name was suggested by Nancy Bonnifield, one of the settlers, because it aptly described the fair fields of the area. But also author Susan Welty suggests it was a play of words on her own name (bonny field). By 1840, Fairfield had a population of 110 and grew to 650 in 1847. The city was the site of the first and second Iowa State Fairs.