Friesian X Colt
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Friesian Stallion for Sale in Belchertown, MA
Colt out of Hertog Jan v. d. Paddensteeg a breathtaking 1 premium 2002 imported son of FPS Champion stallion Brandus 345. Jan stands an impressive 16. 2 . . . and APHA Grans Painted Beauty also with excellent bloodlines. Crusader has a cant be beat temperment with a willingness to please. Inhereted many traits from his sire, even feathers.
About Belchertown, MA
In 1716, the Equivalent Lands were sold by Connecticut Colony to residents who reside in present-day Connecticut and Massachusetts. Some of these lands were granted to Jonathan Belcher, the future Royal Governor of Massachusetts. Belchertown was first settled in 1731 and was officially incorporated in 1761 as Cold Spring, later the name was changed to Belcher's Town, and then Belchertown. In 1816, part of Belchertown was combined with part of the town of Greenwich, Massachusetts, to form Enfield, Massachusetts. In 1938, Enfield and Greenwich were two of the four towns that were disincorporated to make way for the Quabbin Reservoir, and the northwest part of Enfield was merged back into Belchertown.