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Pony of the Americas
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Pony of the Americas Stallion for Sale in Upland, IN
Due to divorce, I must sell Casino. He is a wonderful horse with a lot of potential. He just needs his own person and time. He is not broke, but the groundwork has been laid. Casino is willing to please. And, with his unusual stripes down his barrel and a large, spotted blanket, he would make a good addition to a breeding program.
About Upland, IN
Most of the land that is now part of Upland was purchased by John Oswalt in the 1830s. He was a speculator, and believed that a canal connecting Indianapolis and Fort Wayne might pass through the area. The town was formed in the late 1860s by Jacob Bugher, who planned for it to be a depot point on the Indiana Central Railroad. The town's name comes from the fact it was believed to be the highest point on the rail line between Columbus and Chicago. By 1880, the town had a population of around 150 and included a school, two churches, several stores, a blacksmith shop, and a sawmill.