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Arabian Stallion at Stud in Hudson, NY
Elegant and correct grey mare with bloody shoulder marking. Out of champion Bandos daughter. Professionally trained for halter and had 5 months professional training under saddle. Ready to produce your next halter / english pleasure champion. Owner downsizing. A steal at $3, 000. 00.
About Hudson, NY
The native Mahican people had occupied this territory for hundreds of years before European encounter, preceded by thousands of years of indigenous cultures. Dutch colonists began to settle here in the 17th century, calling it "Claverack Landing", having other settlements in Manhattan and at Albany, downriver and up, respectively. In 1662 some Dutch bought this area of land from the Mahican. It was originally part of the Town of Claverack. After the English took over New Netherland, this area was settled largely by Quaker New England whalers and merchants hailing primarily from the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island.