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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Cliff, NM
Pretty bay filly, yearling, grade, gentle, in your pocket personality, very willing and quick to learn, easy to catch, leads, can pick up her feet. Been around dogs. Four solid black feet. Has been turned out in rocky country. Going to be stout but not very tall. Easy keeper. Good kid horse prospect. Only reason she is available is don’t think she will be as tall as we like. Was wild and had never been handled until we got her at 6 months of age. Do not know her breeding, she came from Queen Creek AZ. Was told quarter horse. Now located in Southwest New Mexico. The first four photos were taken on January 15, 2021 the other photos were taken on October 21, 2020. Apologize for sideways photos was unable to rotate them, also for duplicate photos, was having trouble loading them. Can pro
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About Cliff, NM
Cliff and the nearby town of Gila were settled in 1884, in the Gila River Valley. The area was and is primarily a ranching and farming community. The local Cliff Post Office was established on Aug 4, 1894. In 2017, Woman-Ochre , a 1955 painting by Willem de Kooning, which was stolen from the University Of Arizona Museum Of Art in 1985, was found in the home of a recently deceased couple in Cliff. The annual Grant County Fair is held annually at the adjoining fairgrounds next to Cliff High School.