Breeding Horses for Sale near Beckville, TX

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Selena - Mare in Logansport, LA
Selena
Gray Paso Fino Broodmare, calm natured, ridden western. Stands while mounti..
Logansport, Louisiana
Gray
Paso Fino
Mare
19
Logansport, LA
LA
$2,500
Evelina - Mare in Logansport, LA
Evelina
Large Broodmare Palomino. Bloodlines to Capuchino and Resorte Cuarto. Can b..
Logansport, Louisiana
Palomino
Paso Fino
Mare
14
Logansport, LA
LA
$3,500
 - Mare in Gary, TX
Paint Mare
She is regular registry NOT BREEDING STOCK. Her markings are belly spots, b..
Gary, Texas
Palomino
Paint
Mare
-
Gary, TX
TX
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Truckle Go - Flashy brown mare Exceptional Broodmare - Great bloodlines, G..
Karnack, Texas
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Karnack, TX
TX
$7,000
Mustang Mare
easy keeper on grass hay and water. very little hands on. Wearing a halte..
Shreveport, Louisiana
Black
Mustang
Mare
-
Shreveport, LA
LA
$300
Quarter Horse Mare
Smokey is a good horse I am only selling her because she needs a more expe..
Mount Enterprise, Texas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Mount Enterprise, TX
TX
$600
Thoroughbred Mare
A beautiful TB mare. Extremely gentle, great mother, easy breeder. Black -..
Timpson, Texas
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Timpson, TX
TX
$2,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Gentle, flashy mare. Good disposition. Not "hot". Just foaled bay Tobiano..
Timpson, Texas
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Timpson, TX
TX
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a beautiful mare. Dappled gray w / black mane / tail. Great conform..
Timpson, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Timpson, TX
TX
$3,500
Paint Mare
This is an awesome mare. Big hipped, good boned, great mother. Produces be..
Timpson, Texas
Paint
Mare
-
Timpson, TX
TX
$4,000
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About Beckville,TX

Named after early settler Matthew W. Beck who arrived sometime around 1850. A local post office opened in 1857, and by 1885 the community had two churches, two steam gristmills, three general stores, a hotel, a blacksmith, and an estimated population of seventy-five. When the Texas, Sabine Valley and Northwestern Railway was built through the county in 1886, the townspeople demanded such high prices for their property that railroad officials bypassed it a mile to the north. Joe Biggs, who owned the land in that area, sold it to the railroad and laid out a new townsite.