87%Foundation Quarter Palomino Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Canton, OH
Good trail horse with good temperment. The right size and color threw a buttermilk buckskin last summer and a palomino the year before . Lightly bred with 9 registered foals, and will be showing this season and will be getting his Foundation papers. Mare must be halter broke and clean culture and no hind shoes. Live cover only
About Canton, OH
Canton was founded in 1805, incorporated as a village in 1822, and re-incorporated as a city in 1838. The plat of Canton was recorded at New Lisbon, Ohio, on November 15, 1805 by Bezaleel Wells, a surveyor and devout Episcopalian from Maryland born January 28, 1763. Canton was likely named as a memorial to Captain John O'Donnell, an Irish merchant marine with the British East India Trading Company whom Wells admired. O'Donnell named his estate in Maryland after the Chinese city Canton (a traditional English name for Guangzhou) as he had been the first person to transport goods from there to Baltimore. The name selected by Wells may also have been influenced by the Huguenot use of the word "canton," which meant a division of a district containing several communes.