Registered Buckskin Pinto Stallion

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Name
Breed
Pinto
Gender
Stallion
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
83/2,715
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Pinto Stallion for Sale in Williamstown, NJ

"Mikey" is a GORGEOUS, BOMBPROOF, GENTLE Registered Buckskin / Pinto Stallion. Just Five this February, he has been ridden both English and Western and is a willing worker. Nothing about this stallion is rank or mean, he is a true gentleman!He leads, ties, clips, bathes and hauls. He has been used for lessons and trail rides and is traffic safe. He has EXCELLENT potential as a Breeding Stallion with multiple Registration assets with TOP - NOTCH lineage to Stage Chrome, we are awaiting the arrival of his Buckskin Registration now. Because his owner has health complications, Mikey is being offered for sale at this time. He is available for stud, too. I, MaryAnn, will be handling all coorespondance on the owners' part. I have more photos of Mikey available by email.

About Williamstown, NJ

Before settlement in 1737, Williamstown was inhabited by the Lenni- Lenape tribe of Native Americans, from whom the town derived its original name, "Squankum." The name (Lenape for 'place where evil spirits dwell') was changed to Williamstown when the town's first post office was established, due to postal regulations that prohibited two towns from having the same name and there was an older Squankum located 60 miles (97 km) northeast. It is generally thought that 'evil spirits' referred to the abundance of mosquitoes in the area, a by-product of the low-lying swamps that characterized the area during that time period. In the early eighteenth century, Richard Penn sold what eventually became Williamstown to his grandson, John Williams, who divided and resold the land in lots to settlers and for whom the town was eventually renamed. The town was officially incorporated as Monroe Township in March 1859, with Williamstown as meeting place to vote and have town discussions. A municipal court was established in the Township of Monroe, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 264 of the Laws of 1948.

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