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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Sandusky, OH
Slyde Move is out of the great 2 time world champ. Artfule Move. Has impressive Bar Leo on her pappers as well!!. she is tested N / N I think Annie will make a great all around youth horse or brood mare. Shes still Green, but shes vary willing, vary solid. Perfect ground manners, no vises. She is coming along vary nice. Concidering lease. I think she has great potential as a brood mare. SOUND! Beautifule, smooth gaits, fun to ride www. geocities. com / bluedoc3o5 / forsale. htm l
About Sandusky, OH
This area was a center of trading and fortifications since the 18th century: the English, French, and Americans had trading posts and forts built on both the north and south sides of Sandusky Bay. Development by European Americans of the city of Sandusky, starting in 1818, on the southeast shore of Sandusky Bay, followed settlement of the war of 1812. Part of the city quickly enveloped the site of an earlier small village named "Portland" (established about 1816). Eventually the city of Sandusky encompassed most of the entire township that had been called Portland. Some of the city was built on land formerly occupied by a Native-American man named Ogontz, and therefore the city is said to have been built on "Ogontz' place".