Marvelous Show/ Breeding/fun Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Saranac, MI
nice5A mare is started under saddle has been shown halter at arab show and placed 2 nd first time is tall with substance foundatin bred lines to bask lord arabi ibn amir arabi produces colored foals
About Saranac, MI
Saranac had its roots in 1836, when a Grand Rapids judge by the name of Jefferson Morrison purchased the land where Lake Creek meets the Grand River. Soon after, he sold parts of the land to Dwight & Hutchinson from Detroit, and together, they founded the village. Proceeding quickly, the proprietors named it Saranac and held a public sale in Detroit. There they sold off many Saranac lots without doing much to ensure the integrity of their original records. Soon after, Dwight & Hutchinson became concerned over the lack of development of the village by the lot-purchasers and gave Cyprian S.