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Paint Stallion for Sale in Racine, WI
Most of my Paint horses need new homes. I have bad hips and am not able to enjoy them like I should. I would rather not sell them as they are my kids. If someone would be interested in leasing any of them for a period of time instead of buying them, I would really like to do that. All are super smart and easy to train. Two of my mares are due to foal in March / April of this year. The other mare is scheduled to be bred to Scotcha Imperial APHA / PtHA homozygous stallion. Contact me for more information on everyone. The mares are all breeding sound only, one has an injury, one is partially blind and the other was born early, so she is over at the knees. They are breeding sound ONLY! CONTACT ME VIA E - MAIL ONLY! PLEASE.
About Racine, WI
Native Americans inhabited the area of Racine for thousands of years. Artifacts that have survived include the burial mounds in what is now Mound Cemetery. Historians separate the natives living in the Root watershed at that time into Woodland people and Hopewell people. After European contact, the Miami and later the Potawatomi expanded into the area, taking part in the French fur trade. In November 1674, while traveling from Green Bay to the territory of the Illinois Confederation, Father Jacques Marquette and his assistants, Jacques Largillier and Pierre Porteret, camped at the mouth of the Root River.