3 yr old Mare, Exposed To Stud
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Engadine, MI
QH / mustang, been saddled and bridled, not yet ridden, very willing to learn, exposed to red dun QH for 04, possible jumper? Cleared my 5' gate! The reason I am selling her is I don't have the time to train her and it is not fair to her. Her dad was palomino. So far with what was done with her she has taken it all very well and should not be hard to break. The only problem with her is she is a little hard to catch, but once caught she is a total lover. you just can't brush or pet her enough. I feel she would be a great horse for someone who has the time and attention for her that she deserves. Best way to conntact is (906) 494-2***9 (I don't check my e - mail very often)
About Engadine, MI
Although the first white man may have passed through the Naubinway and Engadine area, perhaps as early as 1640, the area's recorded history did not begin until some 200 years later. The first permanent settlers to the area, the William Boucher family, came from Mackinac Island to trade furs with the Ojibway Indians. They built their first house on the "Point" (near the location of the new Naubinway Marina) and remained until approximately 1857. [ citation needed ] It was not until March 10, 1873, that William Boucher received a deed from the federal government to 27.30 acres (110,500 m 2) of land in Naubinway. His deed was signed by President Ulysses S Grant, and under the provisions of the Public Land Act of 1820, he could have paid as little as $1.25 per acre.