Imported Dutch Warmblood Jumper
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Dutch Warmblood Stallion for Sale in Brewster, NY
Patouche is a bay DWB, with papers, initially shown as a hunter, but is now showing great scope as a jumper, beautiful - looking horse, lovely mover with big stride, ribbons in both divisions at WEF 2004. Professionally trained. Contact Christine Meister at River Run Farm, 845-279-3***2 or 203-395-9***6. Video available.
About Brewster, NY
The village of Brewster derives its name from that of the landowner, Walter Brewster, who invited the New York and Harlem Railroad to build a depot on his property. Brewster's Station, New York (sometimes just "Brewster's"), appeared on maps, on postcards, and in directories of Putnam County throughout the second half of the 19th century. It was officially incorporated as the Village of Brewster, New York, in 1894. In 1886, historian William Smith Pelletreau published The History of Putnam County, New York. In his second chapter on the town of Southeast, he wrote: "The land now embraced within the limits of the village of Brewster consists of a farm which was sold by the commissioners of forfeiture to Peleg Bailey, in 1781.