APHA Colt w/ Obvious Conclusion Breeding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Plymouth, WI
Obvious Skip N Te 2003 apha / qh liver chestnut breeding stock colt, white blaze, friendly Handled daily. mother is grand daughter of Obvious Conclusion. Will make an excellent show prospect, he has a nice solid & athletic build on him, he also has speed! Father a palomino paint, mother a q / h. should mature about 15 hh. $900 reg # 749, 985
About Plymouth, WI
Plymouth was surveyed in 1835 by United States engineers, one of whom was named Mullet, and the Mullet river was subsequently named after him. The first land sold to a private party was sold to an Englishman named John Law who had emigrated from London. It was sold to Law on August 13, 1836. The next sale was to another Englishman, also from London, named Thomas Margrave. Settlers continued trickling in and the town was organized on April 3, 1849.