5yr, Green Broke, Black & White Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in York, SC
I have had Blizzard for about 8 months. He was an only horse. Kept in a large stall with just an occasional turn out in a small dirt paddock. He has had 60 days training in western and trail. He is very sensible, and wants to please. He has a thick mane and tail - his tail is short, but it is growing! He has good legs, and great feet - has never been shod, just needs trimming. He is dominant with other horses, but not towards people. He is fine in either a stall or turn out pasture, and good with dogs.
About York, SC
The first European settlers came to York in the early 1750s, having migrated south from Pennsylvania and Virginia. Of the three major groups settling Pennsylvania, the English came first, then the Germans, and then the Scots. The county names of Lancashire, Cheshire and Yorkshire had been brought from England to Pennsylvania, and then on to South Carolina by the early settlers. Prior to this, the first known inhabitants of York County were the Catawba Indians. The town of York was originally known as Fergus’s Crossroads for a tavern, owned by two brothers, William and John Fergus, that was located at the intersection of the road from Rutherfordton to Camden and the road from Charlottesburg (Charlotte) to Augusta.