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Pony of the Americas
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony of the Americas Stallion for Sale in Arlington, WA
Gentle, has been good with kids He does anything you ask him. Trailers, lounges, clips, trims, ties out. . . etc. Can't keep him around since every other horse is related to him. His sire threw 100% color. He is a deep roan with a blanket on his rump. That is how he got his name. We love him, but don't have time to complete his training. Must sell before Thanksgiving. We will also have his half sister and her foal for sale just before Christmass. The sister is 12 HH and a gray with a white rump. This is one pony you have to see to believe. Feel free to call anytime. (360) 348- 1718
About Arlington, WA
Prior to American settlement in the 19th century, the Puget Sound region was inhabited by indigenous Coast Salish peoples. The Stillaguamish and Sauk peoples had prominent camps at the confluence of the two forks of the Stillaguamish River when they followed fish runs; the Stillaguamish named the campsite Skabalko. Arlington was later developed at this site. They also had a major village at Chuck-Kol-Che upriver near modern-day Trafton. American exploration of the area began in 1851, when prospector Samuel Hancock was led by Indian guides on a canoe up the Stillaguamish River.