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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Ferndale, WA
"Junior" is a very sweet and loving horse. He taught me everything about jumping and will pack a rider over any size jump. He would be great for someone just getting into english riding or jumping. I have jumped him 3'6" and have free jumped him up to 4'6". He loves his job. I am moving up and am looking for a younger prospect and can't afford to keep Junior also. He has done pony club to C level with his old owner and did eventing, however he is high strung at new places. He loads and bathes great and gets along well with other horses. E - mail me for pics. (360) 306-0***0 I really need to sell him ASAP will negotiate to good home
About Ferndale, WA
First settled in 1872, Ferndale was given its name because of the ferns that once grew around the original school house. Ferndale was originally called Jam because the town was located next to a log jam on the Nooksack River, but the original schoolteacher decided it needed a more picturesque name. Ferndale was officially incorporated on March 19, 1907. One colorful figure in Ferndale's pioneer past is "Blanket Bill" Jarman (1820–1912) who was once ransomed for a stack of blankets (1848?) and acquitted of homicide (1871). He is buried in Ferndale's Woodlawn Cemetery.