APHA Homozygous Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion at Stud in Roanoke, IN
JC POCO SHABACH is a Bay Tobiano stallion homozygous for the Tobiano gene. He is double registerd APHA / PtHA. Very well bred and should cross well on most mares. If you look back in his pedigree you will find Halter, western and Reining champions. Some of the well known names are Pepsi poco, Hank - a - chief, Beau shoshone and many more. His dam is a 7 / 8 sister to QT POCO STREAK! Shabach has a very loving and gentle disposition and passes this onto his foals. We are offering him for $400 plus $3 a day mare care. Visit our website for more information. http: / / www. freewebs. com / jcpaintedacres
About Roanoke, IN
Once the hunting and fishing grounds of the Miami Indians, Roanoke became a prosperous commercial center in the mid-19th century. Kiilhsoohkwa (meaning "sun-woman"), the granddaughter of Chief Little Turtle, lived in Roanoke and was known by locals as “the last of the Miami tribe.” Roanoke had its start in about 1848, soon after the building of the Wabash and Erie Canal through that territory. The completion of the canal through Jackson Township enticed European-American settlers to the area. In the wake of the canal's completion, the town became an important shipping point in the region and a source of supplies for neighboring towns in Allen, Huntington, and Whitley counties. One of the earliest settlers in the area was Jarred Darrow who arrived in 1837.