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Hanoverian Stallion for Sale in South Lyon, MI
Don't miss this rare chance to own a product of the acclaimed cross (Prince Thatch out of Weltmeyer mare) that is know to produce dressage horses with superior rideability. This breeding is hard to find in the US because all Prince Thatch offspring here were imported (can't be bred here because frozen semen is not available) . Penn is imprint trained and a joy to work with. He leads, ties and trailers like a pro. He won his class at his first show (USDF breed show) and garnered praise at his AHS inspection. His dam is imported and is Elite Eligible. She qualified for the USDF breed show regional finals this year. Price is very negotiable through the end of 2002 (need to sell for tax reasons) !
About South Lyon, MI
South Lyon was founded in 1832 and was called Thompson's Corners. In the same year, the surrounding township was named Lyon for Lucius Lyon, a member of the State Legislature. The village was given a name for its location within the township. South Lyon was incorporated as a village in 1873 and as a city in 1930 Three rail lines once passed through South Lyon. In the summer of 1871, the Detroit, Lansing and Northern was built west from Plymouth on the way to Lansing and Ionia.