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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Schoolcraft, MI
Buzz is a NON - registered Appendix Quarter Horse. He is 2 years old and stands a true 15. 3 hands. He is 99. 9% black and very sharp looking. He would make an excellent trail horse (VERY level - headed and loves to trail ride) . Also been started HUnter Under Saddle and looks FANTASTIC. Will be great next year after filling out over the winter. Asking $2100 / OBO
About Schoolcraft, MI
White settlement in the Schoolcraft area dates to 1828 (nine years before Michigan's admission to the Union), when Bazel Harrison moved his family from Ohio to present-day Prairie Ronde Township, becoming the first settler in the future Kalamazoo County. The village itself was established in 1831 by surveyor (and future statesman) Lucius Lyon, who had first visited the area as a surveyor under government contract in 1823. Recorded on October 5, 1831, Schoolcraft was the first town in Kalamazoo County. Lyon named the village for his friend Henry Schoolcraft. Schoolcraft was a key member of the 1820 Cass Expedition, organized by territorial governor Lewis Cass to explore the Michigan Territory; the expedition played an important role in encouraging settlement of the territory.