Double Registered Pinto/Half Arabian
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pinto Mare for Sale in Groton, MA
TRI - COLOR TOBIANO DOUBLE REGISTERED PINTO! Beautiful conformation, nice straight legs, pretty head, flashy and sensible! Clips, trailers, ties, crossties, Parelli 1, w / t working on canter, nice solid feet. Loves attention, would make great showhorse and / or pleasure horse! Currently in backyard situation and wants to be in your pocket! Also loves young people! WISDOM (Arabian) Granddaughter! Sire is Pinto Saddlebred (little TW) and Dam is Purebred Arabian. Easy to work with, needs training with bridle.
About Groton, MA
The area surrounding modern-day Groton has, for thousands of years, been the territory of various cultures of indigenous peoples. They settled along the rivers, which they used for domestic tasks, fishing and transportation. Historic tribes were the Algonquian-speaking Nipmuc and Nashaway Indians. The Anglo-American Groton started with the trading post of John Tinker, who conducted business there with the Nashaway at the confluence of Nod Brook and the Nashua River. The Nashaway called the area Petapawag, meaning "swampy land." As Tinker had, other pioneers followed the Algonquian trails from Massachusetts Bay.