Beautiful 9 yr. old Chocolate PalominoNext Ad »
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Palomino Mare for Sale in Soledad, CA
Beautiful 9 yr. old chocolate palomino. She can run barrels, poles, slide stop, spin, and she can change leads like you wouldn't believe. She has worked a cow, and she was the reining champion and the all around reserve champion at the Carmel Valley Trail and Saddle Club. She also won the Buckaroo class at the Santa Cruz county fair. She is easy to clip, tie, and haul. She can go in a stall or a pasture. She is fun to trail ride on. I have carried a flag on her twice and each time she was great. Tiffany is really fun to ride and would be great for an intermediate / advanced rider.
About Soledad, CA
The original community of Soledad was established as a Spanish mission October 9, 1791 by Fermín Lasuén, and founded under the rule of the Viceroyalty of New Spain ( Virreinato de Nueva España) 1535 to 1821. The town of Soledad was founded by Catalina Munras, at the wishes of her dying husband Don Esteban Munras. Don Esteban had arrived in the area in 1820 and was granted Rancho San Vicente from Mexico after it gained its independence from Spain. Following her late husband's dream and advice, she selected “poor land, no good for tilling, a town to help all rancheros around. One lot for a school, one for a church, and one for a cemetario where God would give rest to his workers.” The decision to found the town had some judicious timing, since the Southern Pacific Railroad was stretching down the Salinas Valley by 1872.