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Paint Mare for Sale in Royse City, TX
*PRICE REDUCED* Baby Doll Head. Top pedigree - Chippens / Zips Chocolate Chip, etc. Beautiful flat - kneed movement. Very graceful. Excellent for youth or lady rider. 15 hands even - very dainty / ladylike build. Shown in Western Pleasure, Western Trail, Horsemanship, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation, Halter, Showmanship. Has won reserve grand Halter mare. Too many ribbons to list. Professional training over 10 months - and continues to have rider lessons by professional trainer weekly. Her color and form really catch the eye of the judges! You won't be dissappointed by her potential! Selling well below market value. Contact me if you would like to email / talk with her trainer.
About Royse City, TX
Garrett Burgess Griffin Royse, better known as Byrd Royse, was born in Adair County, Kentucky, on January 31, 1838, to William and Mary Stone Royse. He was the seventh of fourteen children. Around 1850, Royse's future grandmother-in-law, Mrs. Nancy McCasland, and her sons bought several tracts of land that were later to be known as Royse City. Royse was instrumental in getting the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway line brought from Greenville to Dallas through Rockwall County.