2003 APHA Grey/White Show Horse!!Next Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Royse City, TX
Gypsy is an amazing girl! She's has a tremendous pedigree including Zips Chocolate Chip! Flat kneed movement, baby doll head, great look - gets the judges attention! She excels at all english classes as well as horsemanship and trail. Many ribbons to prove her success! She would make a fabulous youth or ladies horse. She is very petite and her conformation is wonderful. She even has a reserve grand champion halter credit! This horse was marketed for 7500. 00 then my daughter changed her mind. She has since decided to sell and we are only asking 5000. 00 to sell her quick. She is loving and no bad habits - load, clips, ties all day. Trailers well and gets along great with other horses at the shows. Never nervous in the ring. This one could take you very far!
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.