Champion Horse for Lease (Or Sale)
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paso Fino Stallion for Sale in Monument, CO
Fantastic horse for any rider who is willing to learn about Sonador as well as the breed of Paso Finos. Taking the time to work with Sonador and to take care of him as your own, will lead to exciting events / shows that we have planned for spring / summer / fall 2007! I can teach you to ride Sonador at show level and you may possibly have the exciting chance to show him in the Amateur Owner classes! Great horse for the show ring and on the trail. Willing to please! ~Mile High Classic 2006 Pleasure Champion ~Mile High Classic 2006 High Point Pleasure Champion ~National 2006 High Point Amateur Owner Four Year Old Fino Gelding (Help us take home more championships!!!) ALSO for sale! View more info, pics and pedigree at www. freewebs. com / pasofinosonador
About Monument, CO
Monument's first homesteaders arrived in 1865 to mark out the town's preliminary shape, but settlement increased when Monument became a stop along the Rio Grande Railroad in 1872. The area was incorporated as a town called Henry's Station, after prominent settler Henry Limbach, on June 2, 1879, and the first town meeting was held July 3, 1879. However, three years later the name was changed to Monument after Monument Creek and Monument Rock in the west. The first records of the town can be found in various volumes in the El Paso County Courthouse dating back to 1872. With the help of the railroad, which brought in necessities, people started small businesses and started to create a town.