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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Oneonta, NY
Nice tall gray mare will produce great hunter jumper prospects. 7 Generations to fondation. 4x Poco Bueno 1x Hard Twist, Also Have appendix filley out of Northernhemisphere is a beautiful mover. Need to sell for health reasons.
About Oneonta, NY
Indigenous ancestors of Algonquin and Iroquoian-speaking Native Americans inhabited the land in the territory of Oneonta for thousands of years before European colonists settled in the area. The Five Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy are believed to have emerged and gained dominance prior to the 15th century; they were in place at the time of early French and Dutch colonization. The area's early European-American settlers did not arrive until around 1775 and consisted mainly of ethnic Palatine German and Dutch settlers moving out of the Hudson and eastern Mohawk valleys. The first such settler in the area now known as the Town of Oneonta was Henry Scramling (b. ~1743; d.