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Pony Mare for Sale in Webberville, MI
Apache is a beautiful pinto pony mare, she is a sorrel tobiano, built real stocky, she ties, loads, bathes, clips, huals great, we have owned her 2 years, she has been used for pony parties, festivals (right next to loud carnival rides) , parades, by kids as young as 4, she is a lazy pony, we have never gotten her into a canter, kids have ridden her bareback, double, backwards, sideways, crawl ed under her, on top of her, off her butt, between her legs, shes been a kids jungle gym, she is at northfork outback horse camp right now (i loaned her out to them) and is groomed and handled daily by kids, they play all over her, she is the sweetest thing, neg coggins,
About Webberville, MI
Webberville was settled in 1837 by Ephraim Meech. It was originally named Phelpstown. In 1850 it was renamed Leroy after Daniel LeRoy the first Attorney General of the state of Michigan. It was renamed Webberville in 1867 when the post office was reestablished since there was another town in Michigan named Leroy. Webberville was for the postmaster Hubert Webber.