Unique Palomino Pinto Tovero Half-Arab
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Half Arabian Stallion for Sale in Detroit, MI
IT'S SHOWTYME Is the only Palomino Pinto half - arab colt to carry two genes for producing pinto! He will produce palomino / buckskin / smoky black and cremello pinto part arabians He will mature 16+H, 60 / 40 deep golden palomino with black eyelined eyes, tipped ears, great body & conformation. His sire is a multi champion son of ETERNETY, triple Bask bred. Dam is 16H palomino pinto hunter / jumper mare. Colt's FULL sibling is Year End High Point colt. Want to produce colored part arabians, this is the colt that will put you on the map. Bred to be the ultimate sporthorse sire, he is built like a warmblood, but with the refinement of the arabian. He is truly beautiful. Pics on our website with dam and sire. May partially trade for purebred mare with show record / production record. bay / black or chestnut only. Make us an offer we can't refuse. Retained breedings.
About Detroit, MI
Paleo-Indian people inhabited areas near Detroit as early as 11,000 years ago including the culture referred to as the Mound-builders. In the 17th century, the region was inhabited by Huron, Odawa, Potawatomi and Iroquois peoples. The first Europeans did not penetrate into the region and reach the straits of Detroit until French missionaries and traders worked their way around the League of the Iroquois, with whom they were at war, and other Iroquoian tribes in the 1630s. The Huron and Neutral peoples held the north side of Lake Erie until the 1650s, when the Iroquois pushed both and the Erie people away from the lake and its beaver-rich feeder streams in the Beaver Wars of 1649–1655. By the 1670s, the war-weakened Iroquois laid claim to as far south as the Ohio River valley in northern Kentucky as hunting grounds, and had absorbed many other Iroquoian peoples after defeating them in war.