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Paint Stallion for Sale in Ava, MO
He is a big baby. He love everone. He does`nt shy away from anything. He hauls tie trims. He go to Hank - A - Chief / Cherokee Maiden / Skipper W. His sire is a black / white 16 hh. His dam is 15-3 hh sorrel / white . He can be anything you want . A stud or show . He can take you to the top. You Can`t fine a nicer colt for the money. We well be staring him under saddle if not sold soon. He a sorrel / white Tobian. He well be 15 to 16 hh or better. He has eligant head and beautiful legs. Thank you for loking
About Ava, MO
The area was settled during the 1830s and Douglas County was incorporated in 1857, with Vera Cruz as county seat. In 1864, the town of Militia Springs was founded and became the new county seat in 1870. The town was platted [a] in 1871 and renamed Ava in 1881, although not incorporated until 1908. Militia Springs was the location of an encampment of Union soldiers or Missouri Militia during the American Civil War. During and after the Civil War, a dispute was ongoing regarding the county seat between Vera Cruz to the east and Arno to the west.