Buckwheat Pancake- Large Pony, Kid-Safe
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony Stallion for Sale in Richmond, IN
Pancake is the ideal partner for your young equestrian. He moves like a hunter under saddle with smooth transitions and quick simple lead changes. Pancake is currently jumping 2'6". His unique color, attractive build, and nice gaits will make him stand out in the show ring. Hacked extensively on trails, not spooky at all. Has been handled extensively by beginners and children, has happily carried children as young as six years old. Pancake has good ground manners - stands for the vet and farrier, gets along with horses and other animals, ties, bathes, loads, etc. NO VICES. Current on shots, coggins, and teeth floating. Exceptionally quiet temperment and low maintance, would make him a great first pony. Owner is a college student who sadly does not have time to keep a horse. Pancake will be back in Northeast Ohio in early May. Three 64" blankets also available for sale with pony.
About Richmond, IN
In 1806 the first European Americans in the area, Quaker families from North Carolina, settled along the East Fork of the Whitewater River. This was part of a general westward migration in the early decades after the American Revolution. John Smith was one of the earliest settlers. Richmond is still home to several Quaker institutions, including Friends United Meeting, Earlham College and the Earlham School of Religion. The first post office in Richmond was established in 1818 with Robert Morrison as the first postmaster.