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Paint Mare for Sale in La Crescenta, CA
15 hands, 20 years old. Chestnut mare. Corrective shoes on front. Works nice in arena walk, jog/trot. Canter needs work. PREFERS TRAIL RIDING!!!! Light maintenance for mild navicular. Suzie seeks a person or family of her own. She's burnt out on lessons and would be much happier with a family. $1000 to a great home. Available for lease $300 monthly ride 3 days a week. Suzie must be kept at my barn in Lake View Terrace. Lots of ladies to ride out with.
About La Crescenta, CA
The area was originally part of the homelands of the Tongva people. It became part of Rancho La Cañada, a Mexican land grant given in 1843 by Governor Manuel Micheltorena to a Mexican schoolteacher from Pueblo de Los Ángeles, Ygnacio Coronel (1795–1862). La Crescenta does not mean "the crescent," which in Spanish would be el creciente. From his home, early settler Benjamin B. Briggs "could see three crescent-shaped formations, which suggested to him the artificial name," accepted by the U.S.