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Pony Stallion for Sale in Pinconning, MI
Amish cart pony that had been bought by a family who mismanaged trying to make him into a riding pony. I bought him with the intention of making Sam rideable for my kids but have since lost the time. Sam is head shy and mistrusts men. Lots of potential for someone that has the time. Experienced person only.
About Pinconning, MI
The name, "Pinconning," comes from the Ojibwe Opinikaaning ( syncope as Pinkaaning ; recorded as "o-pin-nic-con-ing"), which translates into English as, "potato place.". The community is named after the Pinconning River, which flows through the community. The town was first settled in 1872 by George VanEtten and Henry Kaiser as a lumber settlement along the Pinconning River. The post office in Pinconning opened on January 29, 1873. In 1907 a man named William Reid moved to Pinconning, and started Pinconning Creamery.