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Westphalian Stallion for Sale in Dexter, MI
Recently imported warmblood gelding from the Netherlands Quiet and easy to ride. 60% -64% at his first dressage show. Goes very willing to fences and is very good with his front end. Baths, clips, loads with no problems. No stall vices. Would make someone a great all around horse!
About Dexter, MI
The area was first settled in 1824, 13 years before Michigan became a state, when land speculator Samuel W. Dexter purchased a large tract of land and originated the village. It was known as "Mill Creek Settlement" until the village was platted in 1830, when its name was officially changed to Dexter. Mill Creek and the Huron River, which form much of the western and northeastern boundaries of the city, respectively, have long been valuable resources to Dexter. A sawmill was built in 1827, a woolen mill in 1838, a grist mill in 1844, and a cider mill in 1886.