In Utero Dressage Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Andalusian Mare for Sale in Pennington, NJ
IN UTERO P. R. E. FOAL due April 24, 2007. Sire: Barbian VIII, 2005 CH of All CH Stallions ERAHC / Foundation Show. Dam: Elaria (Ofendido VII daughter) Multi National Champion producing mare. Inscribable. $9000 until 05 / 01 / 07. Heartsong Andalusians
About Pennington, NJ
According to an 1883 history, "the first name of the village was Queenstown, which was given it in honor of Queen Anne. Later it was by some, in derision of its comparative insignificance, Pennytown, and as early as 1747 it began to be called Pennington." The name "Penington" was already known in the area, as Edward Penington (1667-1701), son of the British Quaker leader Isaac Penington, was appointed by his kinsman William Penn as Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. His father-in-law was a longtime leader, including as Governor, of the province of West Jersey, where Edward married. Henry Gannett attributes the borough's name to colonial governors from the Pennington family. Pennington was established as a borough by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on January 31, 1890, from portions of Hopewell Township, based on the results of a referendum held on January 21, 1890.