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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Winnsboro, LA
I have been on Princess quiet a bit in the past. The only problem I see in her is being barn sour, and with consistant riding, that could be easily corrected. I see that frequently in horses that are not rode alot. . She is definitley a Princess, very petite. She is very natural gaited, and has a nice way of carrying herself. She has had one foal, and, as far as I know , is completely breeding sound. I have not bred her back. With some brushing up on her riding skills, she would be best suited for a trail mare or broodmare prospect either one, or both. If interested call (318) 235- 7304
About Winnsboro, LA
Franklin Parish was created on March 1, 1843, from portions of Ouachita, Catahoula, and Madison parishes through the efforts of Senator John Winn. The parish was named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. [ citation needed ] Land for a centrally located parish seat, Winnsborough (later Winnsboro), was purchased in 1844. It was designated as the parish seat of government in 1846 and incorporated on March 18, 1902, during the administration of Governor William Wright Heard. [ citation needed ] The village of Winnsboro was incorporated in 1902, and Captain William Phillip Powell was appointed to serve as the first mayor.