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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Wildomar, CA
LADY LINDA CHEX ~ PRICE REDUCED MUST SELL Registered AQHA, 14. 1 hands, Liver chestnut, Mare, 6 years old. . . Solid trail horse, goes alone and in groups. Beautiful mare stocky, athletic she's built real nice. She is well mannered with a quiet disposition. Stands quietly to bridle, tack up, and groom. Great with kids they trail ride her all over never offers a buck or rear. Ridden all over Norco. 90 Days professional training. Team Sorting & Penning, Ranch Sorting, has been used for cutting, Barrel Races, Trail Rides. Loads quietly, safe for children, clips easily, bombproof, cow sense, no vices, sound. . . UTD shots, teeth, currently barefoot she has very strong feet. Recently wormed (12 / 12 / 2011) Please make reasonable offers (951) 285 0***8 Alex - Available between
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About Wildomar, CA
In the summer of 1880 when, looking down from the peak of Mt. Baldy, Franklin Heald of Pasadena first noticed Lake Elsinore, then known as La Laguna. A few months later, in October, Frank Kimbal of San Diego signed an agreement with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad to build a rail line past the lake from San Diego to Barstow, then known as Waterman. [ better source needed ] The next winter, Heald traveled by buggy to see La Laguna (Lake Elsinore) at the same time work commenced on the rail line from San Diego skirting the lakeshore. The new line was to be known as the California Southern Railroad.