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Miniature Stallion for Sale in Spencer, MA
this super sweet mini is only 26 in tall now and is excellent with children! no vices! loves to be handled! follow you anywhere! just a super sweet guy. sadly must sell due to divorce. very gentile and quiet. he really is a living doll!!
About Spencer, MA
Spencer was first settled in 1717 by Nathaniel Wood, and first permanently settled by Samuel Bemis in 1721. Spencer is located in central Worcester County, twenty minutes west of Worcester via Route 9, and about forty-five east of Springfield via Routes 49, 20, and the Massachusetts Turnpike. It was officially incorporated on April 12, 1753, splitting from the town of Leicester. Spencer was named after the then-acting governor of Massachusetts, Spencer Phips. Spencer was the home of the Howe family of inventors, including Elias Howe, who perfected the lockstitch sewing machine.