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Name
Breed
Pony of the Americas
Gender
Stallion
Color
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
Foal Date
Country
United States
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Available
Stud Fee
$400

Pony of the Americas Stallion at Stud in Willard, OH

JR has his ROM - H and was shown in JPFC in 2004. He is proving himself as a sire and each crop is getting better. Watch for first crop undersaddle in 2007. Shipped semen available. Eligible for SSF, Ohio, and ME Futurities.

About Willard, OH

The original name of Willard was Chicago, named for the junction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's line to Sandusky (the Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad) and the branch west to Chicago (the Baltimore and Ohio and Chicago Railroad). Later the Akron and Chicago Junction Railroad was built east from the junction, providing a more direct route between the Northeastern United States and Chicago. With the name "Chicago", passengers would mistake the community for Chicago, Illinois, so they changed the name to Chicago Junction, however, the word "junction" did not fit on boards at the time so it did not fix the problem. In 1917, to finally rectify the confusion, the town changed its name to Willard, after the then president of the B&O, Daniel Willard. Willard officially became a city in the year of 1960

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