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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Rowlett, TX
Magic Bonita is a May/2012 AQHA Quarter Horse Gray model. She is a PROSPECT with a bright future ahead of her, she has been saddled and ridden just over 30 days. She is a clean slate with a sharp mind and kind eye that's ready to go any direction you lead her. She loads, bathes, stands for farrier, worms, halters, and leads easily with absolutely no problems catching her either! She is dog gentle and confident with a curious mind, she will gladly come right up to you just to see how your day has been going. With Two Eyed Jack on both top and bottom pedigree, she will make someone a VERY fine horse. She has no injuries or vices and is completely sound. Vet checks are always welcome at buyers expense. She is UTD with coggins, shots and farrier. We bought her as a pasture buddy for o
... more»ur other horse with hopes to work with her in the future. However, our teenage kids would like to pursue other things besides horses. We simply have way too many hobbies and can't keep up with all of them. She is looking for a job and is ready to go! SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. We are motivated and we welcome all reasonable offers. The only payment accepted is CASH. No PAYPAL & NO personal checks or cashiers checks. Call or text 214-908-1fivefivezero SCAMMERS, we know your game, no shipping & no shenanigans with being overseas and trying to buy a horse as a surprise gift for your _____ and sending _____ as the shipping agent. Won't tolerate any of that nonsense. Keywords: Prospect Registered Papers Two Eyed Jack Roping Ranch Barrel Reining Horse Horses Trail Ride Brood Mare Broodmare Cattle Quarter Horse Sorting Team Penning Cutting Pole Bending Western Pleasure Trails
About Rowlett, TX
Rowlett derives its name from Rowlett Creek, which flows into Lake Ray Hubbard and is a major tributary of the east fork of the Trinity River. The creek in turn was named for a waterway running through the property of Daniel Rowlett who moved from Kentucky to Bonham, Texas, in 1835. Daniel, who was a member of the Smoot-Rowlett political family, had no direct dealings with the town that now bears his name. The first post office opened on April 5, 1880, and it was called "Morris" after Postmaster Austin Morris. The town was later renamed "Rowlett".