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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Plymouth, IN
"Golden Slinky" loves to trail and has had some training in barrels and pole bending. He is fast, gentle and stays on the Ground. He's papered. Very Sound. We have to move and can't take him. He loves to please and learn. Has had some training by Certified John Lyons Trainer. He is my joy and I'm saddened I have to let him go. He was on the track for 11 months, 2001- 2002 and won close to $20, 000 in first place running. All together close to $30, 000. Now he just loves to ride and be loved. Daddy is Seeking the Gold and his Momma is Nodouble. Man of War is his blood lineage.
About Plymouth, IN
This area was part of the territory of the Potawatomi Native Americans, one of the historical tribes encountered by European-American settlers. In the nineteenth century, the United States government made numerous treaties to buy and extinguish Native American claims to land in the former Northwest Territory and the Southeast. Marshall County was formed in 1836, during the early years of settlement and before the forced removal of the Potawatomi people in 1838. It was named for U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall, who died in 1835.