Breeding Stock Paint Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Newaygo, MI
Harley needs work on turning. You can saddle him, get on him, and he will follow another horse all over the trails. He is the calmest horse I have ever had the pleasure to ride. With more time could be a great kids / begginers horse. He just LOVES attetion. He also needs work with his ears being touched, and more time with his feet. He leads and ties good. He tends to stand too close at times. I've had my 2, 10, and 14 year old nieces on him. He was rode english before I got him and I ride him western. I might trade for a well mannered / broke horse, between 4-15 yrs. old, no shorter then 14 hh. Can have spunk but can't rear, buck, bite, or kick. Would like a WOW color horse, something that sticks out. For more infor & pictures of Harley email me.
About Newaygo, MI
Newaygo's recorded history goes back to the 1600s and the French coureur des bois (independent trappers) and, later, fur company voyageurs that travelled by canoe via the Muskegon River. It was ostensibly named after Chief Nuwagon, an Ojibwe leader who signed the Treaty of Saginaw in 1819, or for an Algonquian word meaning "much water". John Brooks came to harvest lumber in 1836, and was the town's first postmaster in 1847. Proximity to the river made it a center for floating logs to the mills in Muskegon during the lumber boom of the late 1800s. As of the census of 2010, there were 1,976 people, 786 households, and 502 families living in the city.