Quarter Horse Mare
Legend is a beautiful gray mare. She is registered with AQHA. She has
Tori is a great show prospect. She is flashy enough to win in the halter
Tennessee Walking Mare
Foxy Lady , reg. TW 15. 1 hands very wide and thick mare w / a great blood..
About Port Barre,LA Port Barre takes its name from Alex Charles Barre (born 1746, died 1829); it was not incorporated under this name until 1898. In 1733, the semi-nomadic Opelousas Indians petitioned the French colonial government to send traders to their district. In 1760, a couple of coureurs des bois set up a trading post at a landing where the bayous meet. In 1765, Jacques Courtableau, a wealthy landowner, gave land grants to 32 Acadian immigrants. That same year, he sold a large parcel of land, including the site of the first trading post, to Charles Barre.
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