Current Pony Clubber
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Massillon, OH
Rebel is a 15'3 hand qtr horse. He Has been in PONY CLUB for the past 2 YEARS and has jumped 2'6 2'9. He has competed on the flat and over fences and is always in the ribbons. He is UTD on all vaccines and has a Current NEG COGGINS. He also has been shown western pleasure, been in parades, trail ridden, and cotume classes. My daughter needs to advance to the next level and i am afraid he will not take her there with his qtr horse build he has small feet and short legs email for pics and video He has also competed at BABY BEGINNER NOVICE IN EVENTING. A GOOD HOME IS A MUST. We will not let him go to just anyone. He was my daughters first horse and is still very special to her. Price will increase with further training.
About Massillon, OH
The original settlement of Kendal was founded in 1812 by Thomas Rotch, a Quaker originally of New Bedford, Massachusetts, and Hartford, Connecticut. James Duncan of New Hampshire first settled in Kendal before recording the plot for Massillon on December 6, 1826. Duncan, known as the city's founder, named the town after Jean Baptiste Massillon, a French Catholic bishop, at the request of his wife. The town plat was established along the east bank of the Tuscarawas River, which was the surveyed route for the Ohio and Erie Canal being constructed to connect Lake Erie with the Ohio River. The canal section spanning from Cleveland to Massillon was completed in 1828.