Amazing Mother and Child Seeking a Loving Home To Care for Them
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Warmblood Stallion for Sale in Fargo, ND
beautiful warmblooded. i am looking for a home for them both. my husband use to love them but he is no more and i cant take care of them because i dont really know much about horses. my husband use to cherish them, so i know they are the best. i also have all vet health papers here with me that confirms them to be in perfect health. they have also been micro chipped and i think the baby has been weaned. they are fully pastured horses. all i need is someone that love horses and has experience with them to take care of them both. please contact me if interested email@example.com, so you can come see for yourself
About Fargo, ND
Historically part of Sioux ( Dakota) territory, the area that is present-day Fargo was an early stopping point for steamboats traversing the Red River during the 1870s and 1880s. The city was originally named "Centralia," but was later renamed "Fargo" after Northern Pacific Railway director and Wells Fargo Express Company founder William Fargo (1818–1881). The area started to flourish after the arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad and the city became known as the "Gateway to the West." During the 1880s, Fargo became the "divorce capital" of the Midwest because of lenient divorce laws. A major fire struck the city on June 7, 1893, destroying 31 blocks of downtown Fargo, but the city was immediately rebuilt with new buildings made of brick, new streets, and a water system. More than 246 new buildings were built within one year.