Roping and Cutting Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Cadiz, OH
Outlaw is a bright young stud colt. i hate to get him gelded and owning his mother and sister i just cant keep him. he has beautiful color and is a blast to play with. he leads, ties and has had some work in the round pen. dont let this preciouse fella go.
About Cadiz, OH
Cadiz was founded in 1803 at the junction of westward roads from Pittsburgh and Washington, Pennsylvania, and named after Cadiz, Spain. The town became the county seat of newly formed Harrison County in 1813. By 1840, Cadiz had 1,028 residents; by 1846, the town had four churches and 21 stores. The Steubenville and Indiana Railroad, a predecessor of the Pennsylvania Railroad, opened to Cadiz June 11, 1854. In the early and mid nineteenth century, several local families operated 'stations' and served as 'conductors' in the Underground Railroad, helping runaway slaves escape to Canada.