Dutch Warmblood Stallion for Sale In Lake Geneva, WINext Ad »
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Dutch Warmblood Stallion for Sale in Lake Geneva, WI
New York Times, "Noah" was approved as a stallion in Holland before being gelded and imported. Schooling 2 nd level and showing jumpers at 4'3". An outstanding jumper for amatuer owners or high prelim. Fantastic dressage movement and solid basic training. Uncomplicated to ride and well mannered. Current x - rays and vetting.
About Lake Geneva, WI
Originally called "Maunk-suck" ( Big Foot) for a Potawatomi chief, the city was later named Geneva after the town of Geneva, New York, located on Seneca Lake, to which early settler John Brink saw a resemblance. To avoid confusion with the nearby town of Geneva, Illinois, it was renamed Lake Geneva. The abutting lake is named Geneva Lake. In 1954, Lake Geneva was one of the three finalists for the location of the new United States Air Force Academy, but ultimately lost to Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 1968, the late Hugh Hefner built his first Playboy resort in Lake Geneva.