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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Saginaw, MI
"Zafar" is Blue List Al Khamasa Egyptian / Russian bred. He is a flashy Chestnut with a large white diamond and 4 white anklets. Zafar has an upright neck with a gorgeous typey head. He has LONG straight legs with great angulation of the shoulders and hocks. Expected to mature to 16+ hands. This colt can move! Both his sire and dam are multi - champions and we expect Zafar to follow in their hoofsteps! He shows great potential as a sporthorse, dressage, event, or hunter / jumper mount. Asking Lisa for further info or photos. lbfev2***@prodigy. net
About Saginaw, MI
Early history [ edit ] The site of what later became the city of Saginaw was originally inhabited by the Anishnabeg. French missionaries and traders first appeared in the area during the late 17th century and encountered the Ojibwe (Chippewa) living in the area. The first permanent settlement by those other than Native Americans was in 1816 when Louis Campau established a trading post on the west bank of the Saginaw River. Shortly thereafter the United States established Fort Saginaw. Campau's trading post was also inhabited by Metis.