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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Houston, TX
Yearling Mare AQHA ( Prospect Quarter Mile Champ) - $6500 (Brookshire) Registered Philly from Racing family tree. Serious inquiries only! $6500.00 O.B.O. Dam: Scorthco Favorite 2004 #4571367 by: Send Cash to Joy #3964489 Sire: Mitey Expresso si 116 #3315622 (Stakes Sire) 1994 By Mitey Easy Dash si 94 #2512994 Jetta O' Toole si 91 Stakes winner #1380026, $412,099 Bay Meadows F.-G1, etc. Sire of 1366 ROM, with earnings of over $35 million, including World Champion WHOSLEAVINGWHO si 105 ($1,334,842), Three-Time Champion SEPARATIST si 101 ($889,044, Governor's Cup F.-G1, etc.), Champion COUNTRY CHICKS MAN si 110 ($615,034), Three-Time Champion CORONA CHICK si 113 ($591,326), etc. Race Record: 3 wins, 7 seconds and 5 times third to 4, $161,420, 2nd El Primero Del Ano D.-G1 Fa
... more»rnam S., 3rd Los Alamitos Million Juv.-RG3, Cypress Soph. H., fnl. Golden State Million F.-G1, Governor's Cup F.-RG1, Los Alamitos Winter Ch.-G1 Sire Record: From limited numbers of foals, this sire of 26 Staters, 14 ROM, including Jumpn Beau Chick si 105 ($21,502, 2nd TQHA Sires' Cup F. Hesjumpn si 102 (2 wins, $6,885, 2nd GEM County F. ), Rekles Chic si. 98 (3 wins in 5 starts, $39,643, fnl. Speedhorse F.-RG2), Hank Song si 94 (438,433, 4th Speed Horse F.-RG2, etc. Call Daniel: 8 three two-830-1259 Se Habla Espanol! Brookshire, Tx 77423
About Houston, TX
Historical affiliations Republic of Texas 1836–1846 United States of America 1846–1861 Confederate States of America 1861–1865 United States of America 1865–present The Allen brothers— Augustus Chapman and John Kirby—explored town sites on Buffalo Bayou and Galveston Bay. According to historian David McComb, "[T]he brothers, on August 26, 1836, bought from Elizabeth E. Parrott, wife of T.F.L. Parrott and widow of John Austin, the south half of the lower league [2,214-acre (896 ha) tract] granted to her by her late husband. They paid $5,000 total, but only $1,000 of this in cash; notes made up the remainder." The Allen brothers ran their first advertisement for Houston just four days later in the Telegraph and Texas Register, naming the notional town in honor of President Sam Houston.