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Pinto Stallion for Sale in Port Sanilac, MI
Gambler has a lot of potential and is very quiet. I think that he will be able to go any way as far as showing and will even do speed classes. Gambler would make a great 4- H project for any youth looking for a new project that can go all around. He can be registered PtHA. Gambler can be lunged and he has had a saddle and bridle on. He has also been started with showmanship. Gambler loads stands good for the ferrier and has been started with clipping. Must Sell!! Make an offer!! ~~~~~~~ $~~~~~~~
About Port Sanilac, MI
This village was originally a lumberjack settlement on the shore of Lake Huron named "Bark Shanty." In the late 1840s and 1850s, the settlement gained its first sawmill, schoolhouse, and general store. In 1854, Bark Shanty's first post office opened. In 1857 the village was renamed to Port Sanilac, as it is in Sanilac Township in Sanilac County. Local legend attributes the name to a Wyandotte Indian Chief named Sanilac. See List of Michigan county name etymologies.