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4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Bonham, TX
Misha is very timid around people and will run away when permitted. As she gets to know you she will start coming up to you in the pasture and will follow you around while you complete other tasks. When haltered she is okay but if she gets spooked or feels intimidated she will walk over on top of you to get you away from her.She WANTS to trust you and be part of your herd but she definitely wants you to put in the time and patients to build a good relationship with her before she will trust you. She would also be perfectly happy being a lawn ornament or companion animal. Misha will need an experienced adopter who is willing to work to gain her trust and slowly bring her along. She is a pretty mare who really wants to make a connection with someone willing to put in the time.
About Bonham, TX
One of Texas's oldest cities, Bonham dates to 1837, when Bailey Inglish built a two-story blockhouse named Fort Inglish about 2 miles (3 km) from the current downtown. Inglish and other acquaintances settled there in the summer of 1837, and the settlement was named "Bois D'Arc". The Congress of the Republic of Texas named the city Bloomington in 1843, but renamed it Bonham in honor of James Butler Bonham, a defender of the Alamo. On February 2, 1848, Bonham was incorporated as a city. A 1936 statue of Bonham by Texas sculptor Allie Tennant is on the courthouse grounds.