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Paso Fino Stallion for Sale in Greencastle, PA
I am off to college and need to find a good home for my horse asap. My gelding needs an experienced, patient, knowledgable rider who won't put up with his games, but is willing to give him light, consistent work. He cannot be ridden with a western saddle, due to body build, and is very intelligent but can be testy. He has both a bone and bog spavin due to a past injury and is not suitable for hard running or hard trail rides. He has great ground manners and longes well. He really would make a wonderful driving prospect, and learns quickly. He has a hot temperament but is a fun ride for an experienced rider. He may have been abused in the past and needs a gentle owner who he will not have difficulty trusting. Asking $1000 obo.
About Greencastle, PA
James Patton, who came to America at age 17 and moved to North Carolina in 1793, started the settlement of Canogege (spelled "Conegoge" by George P. Donahoo). Patton said in an 1839 letter to his descendants that the place was "settled by a moral and orderly people." Greencastle was founded in 1782 by John Allison from the Barkdoll House. The town was named after Greencastle, County Donegal, Ireland. It was originally composed of 246 lots.