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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Lucas, IA
Pandemonium Ombre is a nice copper chestnut. His sire was an english pleasure champion and his dam a halter champion. He is a serafix grandson. He has a great personality and easy to handle. He would be good for driving. He has been trained to ride, but very green. Please visit our website for more information. We can sell buggy and harness if wanting a complete package.
About Lucas, IA
The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Company established a station at Lucas in 1866, named after Lucas County and Robert Lucas. A plat for the town was filed on May 9, 1868 and the town was incorporated on March 18, 1887. The town grew slowly until coal was discovered in the area. In 1876, the Whitebreast Coal and Mining Company began working a 250-foot (76 m) shaft one mile (1.6 km) east of Lucas. This proved successful, and in 1878, they platted a company town there, which they named Cleveland 41°1′57.21″N 93°26′38.71″W / 41.0325583°N 93.4440861°W / 41.0325583; -93.4440861 .