Incentive Fund F.Q.H.A. Buckskin

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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Buckskin
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
211/8,059
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$2,500

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Taunton, MA

Triple Registered F. Q. H. A. Buckskin Poco Bueno, Croton Oil Breeding. 93% foundation. Super disposition, has been showed in western pleasure, halter, showmanship, trail. Has done some team penning, hunt seat, lead line, and buckskin shows and placed in all. Great on trails. Ground ties, clips, great for blacksmith, walks right in trailer. Great to work around. Have owned him since yearling do to a move must sell asking $2, 500 with all tack. Pictures taken at 17 years old. Call (386) 328-4***6 or (508) 823-0***7 or can e - mail me at farmgirl212***@yahoo. com

About Taunton, MA

Taunton was founded by settlers from England and officially incorporated as a town on September 3, 1639. Most of the town's settlers were originally from Taunton in Somerset, England, which led early settlers to name the settlement after that town. At the time of Taunton's incorporation, they explained their choice of name as being “in honor and love to our dear native country.” Prior to 1640, the Taunton area was called Cohannet, Tetiquet or Titiquet. The English founders of Taunton purchased the land from the Nemasket Indians in 1637 as part of the Tetiquet Purchase and the remaining native families were relocated to the praying town of Ponkapoag in current day Canton, MA. A central figure among the founders was Elizabeth Poole who is believed to have been the first woman to found a settlement in the Americas and, contrary to local folklore, [a] did not take part in the town purchase but was among its greatest beneficiaries and played a significant role in the founding of its church.

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