Matched Pair for Carriage Drivers!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony Stallion for Sale in Queen Creek, AZ
This pair is perfectly matched for driving and would look awesome pulling your formal carriage. The 4 yo colt is the filly's sire. They both have the same dark chocolate brown coloring, four white socks / stockings, flaxen manes / tails. Each has a snip on their nose and a white marking on their rear ends his / left, hers / right. He has been started in harness and has been used to drag our arena, but has never been hitched to a cart. He has also been ridden a few times and has the movement to do well in pony hunters / dressage. They both have a ground covering trot with lots of action. They are to be sold as a pair, and he will be gelded this fall unless first sold. Video available w / $10 deposite. Please contact Linda at 480-283-3***5 or David at 480-283-3***4 or email pimo***@hotmail. com Thank you for looking
About Queen Creek, AZ
From the post office form on file at the National Archives, Queen Creek was originally known as Rittenhouse, the community growing up out of a railroad stop. In 1919 the Queen Creek Farms Company was formed by C. H. Rittenhouse, constructing that railroad stop to ship the goods from the farm. As for the creek it takes its name from, Queen Creek, flowed through Queen Canyon and was named for the Silver Queen Mine, but it was originally called Picket Post Creek.