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Paint Mare for Sale in Lampasas, TX
DR Forever Famcy Doc (4 YO mare) Sire: Poco Doc TW Dam: Forever Frost in pedigree: Doc T Bar, Doc Bar, Poco Boots, Dry Doc. Has been professionally trained for trail and started on roping, cutting and reining. She loves attention and is an easy keeper. Current with shots. Easy loader and loves baths. Never been shod but blacksmith has trimmed hooves. She is a wide chested mare with a good heart girth. Reason for selling is health.
About Lampasas, TX
For his services in the Texas Revolution, John Burleson received 1,280 acres (5.2 km 2) of land and established a permanent settlement in the 1850s. The city was first named Burleson; however, the name was gradually changed to Lampasas Springs because of the existence of seven mineral springs. When the county was created in 1856, the law specified “The county seat shall be same name as the county.” The city of Lampasas was officially incorporated in 1883. Several theories attempt to explain how the name Lampasas came to be. The Texas Almanac states the word came from a Spanish word for “lilies” found in nearby streams.