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Paint Mare for Sale in Kenton, OH
Bee's a nice little filly. Real gentle. My 4 yr. old leads her around by her halter! Should be easy to train. Could be homozygous, lots of black in her pedigree. Price goes up with training and / or testing! Thanks for looking!
About Kenton, OH
Kenton was originally the site of Fort McArthur, erected 1812 by Colonel Duncan McArthur as one of the forts along the line of General William Hull's march against the British headquarters at Fort Detroit during the War of 1812. In 1845, Kenton was incorporated as a village; it became a city in 1886. The city was named after frontiersman Simon Kenton. The city began as a center for agriculture trade, then in the late nineteenth century developed industry common to America of the time. From 1890 to 1952, Kenton was home to the Kenton Hardware Company, manufacturers of locks, cast-iron toys, and the very popular Gene Autry toy cap guns.