3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Madison, IN
Gentle, good looking horse, rides great with other horses. She's a non - kicker, non - biter. With a little work, she would be a great horse for a child or a woman. On a lead rope you can load up the kids and she's very calm and just walks around. We are downsizing our farm and we must sell a few of our horses. She would be a great addition to your family.
About Madison, IN
Madison was laid out and platted in 1810, and the first lots were sold in 1811 by John Paul. It had busy early years due to heavy river traffic and its position as an entry point into the Indiana Territory along the historic Old Michigan Road. Madison's location across the Ohio River from Kentucky, a slave state, made it an important location on the Underground Railroad, which worked to free fugitive slaves. George DeBaptiste's barbershop in town became a nerve center of the local group. Indiana's first railroad, the Madison & Indianapolis Railroad, was built there from 1836 to 1847.