Black Driving Pony 12 yrs 11 hh
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony Stallion for Sale in Fredonia, NY
Includes restored cart with all new hard wood boards, paint etc & new leather harness with bit; pony & cart ready for parades / shows; jet black & definitely an eye catcher! Excellent confirmation & health. To Good Home only!
About Fredonia, NY
The village that is now Fredonia was most likely first occupied by early Mound Builders, then the Erie people (13th to 17th centuries), then the Iroquois (specifically, the Seneca). In 1791, Robert Morris purchased the Fredonia land from Massachusetts and sold it to the Holland Land Company. Parcels were sold to pioneers around 1800, and the first settlers came around 1803 or 1804. In 1821, William Hart dug the first well specifically to produce natural gas in the United States on the banks of Canadaway Creek in Fredonia. It was 27 feet (8.2 m) deep, excavated with shovels by hand, and its gas pipeline was hollowed out logs sealed with tar and rags.