Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Roosevelt, UT

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Paint Stallion
7 year old Black Tobiano gelding registered with the American Paint Horse ..
Fruitland, Utah
Fruitland, UT

About Roosevelt, UT

In 1905, by an act of Congress, the unallotted land of the Ute Indian Reservation was opened to homesteading. Several thousand hopeful 20th-century pioneers congregated in Provo and Grand Junction with the hope of successfully drawing lots for a homestead in a fertile region of the soon-to-be-opened lands. Throughout the fall and winter of 1905-06, the settlers came to the Uinta Basin. The town of Roosevelt was founded in early 1906 when Ed Harmston turned his homestead claim into a townsite and laid out plots. His wife named the prospective town in honor of the president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.