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Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Jeannette, PA
Excellent for walk / trot crossrails or short - stirrups classes. Nice mover, good form over fences. Very quiet and well - mannered at shows. Always in the top ribbons for hunter under saddle and equitation classes. Can canter from a walk or from a halt. Loads, clips, and baths easily. Lunges well. Smudge is currently jumping 2'6". He has jumped oxers, barrels, and flower boxes. Previously he was a child's trail horse. He is bomb - proof on the trail, and handles steep slopes, creeks, and mud quietly and sure - footedly. Smudge has no vices, and is a wonderful, loving pet as well as a fun ride. Sadly outgrown. Can e - mail photos.
About Jeannette, PA
Perhaps the oldest historical reference to the area that became Jeannette is the role the area played in the Pontiac War in 1763. The Bushy Run Battlefield marks the spot where Colonel Henry Boquet led the British and American troops to defeat the Indians in a battle on the 5th and 6 August that year. This victory is credited with helping to prevent the capture of Fort Pitt, and it served the purpose of reopening communication and supply lines. Today, this 200-acre (0.81 km 2) historical landmark is the site of a museum, nature trails, picnic areas, and an annual reenactment of the Battle of Bushy Run. First incorporated as a borough on June 7, 1889, Jeannette earned the nickname as "the glass city" in recognition of the numerous glass plants founded in the area, with those factories contributing to the city's original stature as the first large manufacturing town in Westmoreland County.