Horses for Sale near La Joya, TX

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 - Gelding in Mcallen, TX
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US Treasury Dept. Auction. Bid Online for 2 horses to be sold separately 9/..
Mcallen, Texas
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Mcallen, TX
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 - Stallion in Mcallen, TX
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2016 colt out of Memories of okey x Mr eye special by Mr eye opener .. she ..
Mcallen, Texas
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Mcallen, TX
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Quarter Horse Mare
Has a baby folk(pinto)..
Alamo, Texas
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Alamo, TX
TX
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Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
*DM's Splish Splash FOALED ON 5 / 5, and we think her colt is going to be H..
Lyford, Texas
Missouri Fox Trotter
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Lyford, TX
TX
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About La Joya,TX

Its name, meaning "the jewel", was inspired by a small natural lake west of the city; early settlers were said to observe that the lake shined in the sun like a jewel. The site on which La Joya was founded was part of what was known as "Los Ejidos de Reynosa Viejo". The ejidos were the shared grazing lands used for the livestock of the settlers of Reynosa Viejo ("Old Reynosa"). During the early 1800s, at the site of what is now La Joya, Francisco de la Garza, a descendant of the early colonizers of the area who soon decided to change his last name from de la Garza to Garza, founded a community, called "Tabasco", adjacent to the northern bank of the Rio Grande. It was a prosperous community that died out after floods in 1908 and 1909.