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Arabian Mare for Sale in Miles City, MT
Herd Reduction Sale - 2 for the price of 1! Bask bred 1 / 2 registered arabian filly with grade paint mare. This filly has it all, confirmation, size, personality and intelligence. Straight legs, long neck, well muscled, dished face. She is extrememly gentle and has been handled since birth. Mom is a large grade paint mare and is a proven producer. She is broke to lead and gentle with basic broodmare training as that is what we used her for. She has her colts easily, has plenty of milk and is easy to handle. Mom and baby can go together now or baby will be available to wean September 1 st if you only want the filly. A downpayment would hold your purchase until then. Delivery is available, contact seller for rates and details. Please e - mail for more pictures or inform
About Miles City, MT
After the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, the U.S. Army created forts in eastern Montana, including one where the north-flowing Tongue River flowed into the east-flowing Yellowstone River. The first fort was known as the Tongue River Cantonment or the Tongue River Barracks and was founded on August 27, 1876. A second, permanent fort was constructed on higher ground two miles to the west of the mouth of the Tongue and this became Fort Keogh. Fort Keogh (named after Captain Myles Keogh, one of the battle dead, whose horse, Comanche, was the lone survivor of Custer's command) started as a few rough winter cabins, but grew into a moderate sized western fort, from which its commander, General Nelson A.