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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Winnsboro, LA
This is hard for me to do, but hubby says I have to cut back on horses. When I got Dine, she was young, but had only been used as a broodmare. She was heavy bred when I got her. Since I have had her, she has gave me several phenominal gray babies. This is the only mare I own that has proven herself without ever being rode. She is bred to my homozygous grey stallion for a spring of 09 grey foal. She is very friendly, and laid back. She loads and leads well. I can't say enough good about her, except that she has never been ridden. I don't figure that would be much of a problem either. If interested call (318) 235-7***4
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.