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Paint Mare for Sale in Santa Fe, TX
This gentle lady has been used as a lead line horse for many years. Excellent ground manners, easy loading, easy to tack, good for farrier. She would be a great horse for small children on lead. She is an easy keeper. She has blindness in left eye but does not spook at all. She will bring a youngster much joy! Ask for video.
About Santa Fe, TX
In 1877, the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway was built through the western part of Galveston county. By the turn of the century, three small, unincorporated towns had formed along the railway: Alta Loma, Arcadia and Algoa. The Santa Fe Independent School District, named after the railway, was established shortly afterward to serve the area. In the mid-1970s, the neighboring city of Hitchcock attempted to annex the Morningview neighborhood in eastern Alta Loma, to which the neighborhood residents were opposed. To avoid annexation, a petitioning effort was begun to incorporate the area into a new city.