Breeding Horses for Sale near Texas City, TX

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TEMPLAR - Stallion in Houston, TX
Templar
Stunning metallic bay PRE Andalusian stallion standing at stud in Utah! F..
Houston, Texas
Bay
Andalusian
Stallion
15
Houston, TX
TX
$1,000
 - Mare in Rosharon, TX
Quarter Horse Mare
AKA "Betty" is a very good mother and has no problems getting in foal. Was ..
Rosharon, Texas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
20
Rosharon, TX
TX
$1,800
 - Mare in Crosby, TX
Arabian Mare
Ameenah is a great broodmare, very good momma, very easy going, sweet and ..
Crosby, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Crosby, TX
TX
$1,200
 - Mare in Crosby, TX
Arabian Mare
This is a Beautiful Egyptian Mare Throws Great babies this years filly is ..
Crosby, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Crosby, TX
TX
$2,500
Saddlebred Stallion
Phantom is a stunning stallion with extraordinary ability and intelligence..
Houston, Texas
Black
Saddlebred
Stallion
-
Houston, TX
TX
$1,000
Paint Mare
This is this mares 5 th foal to have. She has never had problems having f..
Kemah, Texas
Black
Paint
Mare
-
Kemah, TX
TX
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
"Gray" was a broodmare for several years. She is greenbroke. She has some ..
Houston, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Houston, TX
TX
$1,200
Lipizzan Stallion
Conversano Amelia's sire, Conversano Gradita, was from the Spanish Riding S..
Houston, Texas
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
-
Houston, TX
TX
$18,000
Appaloosa Mare
Miss Mega Luck (Meg) produces big beautiful, sweet babies with lots of colo..
Winnie, Texas
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Winnie, TX
TX
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful bay mare good with farrier and no bad habits up to date on everyt..
Lake Jackson, Texas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Lake Jackson, TX
TX
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
We raised this mare and she is the last daughter of one of my best producin..
Houston, Texas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Houston, TX
TX
$6,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Lexi needs an advanced rider who can give her consistency. she would make a..
Houston, Texas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Houston, TX
TX
$6,000
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About Texas City,TX

Three duck hunters in 1891 noted that a location along Galveston Bay, known locally as Shoal Point, had the potential to become a major port. Shoal Point had existed since the 1830s, when veterans of the Texas Revolution (1835-1836) were awarded land for their services. The name was applied to the community when a post office opened in 1878. The duck hunters were three brothers from Duluth, Minnesota, named Benjamin, Henry, and Jacob Myers. After they returned to Duluth, they formed the Myers Brothers syndicate, convinced other investors to put up money to buy 10,000 acres of Galveston Bay frontage, including Shoal Point.