Quarter Horses for Sale near Menard, TX

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Quarter Horse Mare
Nice looking sorrel filly with chrome. Bred for cutting, good temerament, ..
Mason, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Unusual coloring for a dun. Award winning roping and show on top and speed ..
Mason, Texas
Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mason, TX
TX
$1,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
Grandson of Zan Silver Parr, bred for cattle work, has speed on bottom side..
Mason, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mason, TX
TX
$1,650
Quarter Horse Mare
Sire grandson of Colonel Freckles, dam granddaughter of Doc Quixote, with M..
Mason, Texas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$950
Quarter Horse Stallion
Well bred, good bone and depth. Was sent as youngster to ranch to be ridden..
Mason, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mason, TX
TX
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Well bred mare with great price. Sire grandson of Colonel Freckles, Dam dau..
Mason, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$1,100
Quarter Horse Mare
name: Doc's Mini Cowgirl Great price on a great filly. Pretty red dun wit..
Mason, Texas
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Sire Nu Lena grandson of Doc O'Lena, dam Mini Fitz daughter of Doc Fitz. Be..
Mason, Texas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Satans Feather 1997 Brown Mare Double Satan X Bold As You Please Very Gentl..
Mason, Texas
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Satans Kachina 1994 Gray Mare Double Satan X Bold As You Please Very Gentle..
Mason, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mason, TX
TX
$6,000
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About Menard,TX

The first settlement at the site of what is now Menard was the Spanish Mission San Sabá and the Presidio of San Luís de Amarillas, both established in April 1757. The presidio was later replaced by the Presidio of San Sabá in 1761. Both were intended to protect New Spain's northern frontier from marauding Comanches. Due to the presidio's isolation, it suffered repeated attacks, and was finally abandoned in 1770. Stones from the old presidio walls were used by later settlers to build homes and fences.