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Mule Stallion for Sale in Kent, WA
We bought him out of California from a guy who used him as the "dude horse"| meaning if you couldn't ride, then you got on this good gelding. When we first went and looked at him last spring, we were told he was QH by the owner, who has had him since he was a 2 yr old. BUT, he has a shuffling walk gait which is very very smooth. Some one told us he's a Walkaloosa, gaited at the walk but no idea what he really is except a great horse. However, if those TWH quiet geldings are out of your budget, try this guy! http: / / www. dreamhorse. com / show _ horse. php ?form _ horse _ id=249426
About Kent, WA
The Kent area was first permanently settled by European Americans in the 1820s along the banks of what was then the White River. The first settler was Samuel Russell, who sailed the White and Duwamish rivers until he claimed a plot of land southeast of modern-day downtown Kent in the spring of 1835. Russell was followed by several other settlers who quickly staked claims around the area. The settlements were originally known as "White River" and later the town was called "Titusville" after an early settler by the name of James Henry Titus. (There is still a "Titusville Station" sign on Gowe Street near First Avenue).