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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Tacoma, WA
Ringo Faar is a registered ex - racer who was to calm and kind to make if in that career. Hes super safe, WELL behaved no buck or bite. No bad habits. Nice big legs, has been jumped up to 2'6", collects nicely! Just needs a little fine tuning. Perfect choice for young rider to someone wanting to show! Comes with ALL tack. Must go to good home! For sale or lease, he just needs someone to use him and to love on him! Dont let the thoroughbred misconception make you pass this guy up, hes so well behaved. Hes everyones favorite horse, so come look and let him win your heart as well! Please email or call at 253-531-2***3 or 253-228-1***8 He is priced to sell at 1, 500 $ Our baby is due in april, so we're trying to find him a home before then!
About Tacoma, WA
The area was inhabited for thousands of years by American Indians, predominantly the Puyallup people, who lived in settlements on the delta. In 1852, a Swede named Nicolas Delin built a water-powered sawmill on a creek near the head of Commencement Bay, but the small settlement that grew around it was abandoned during the Indian War of 1855–56. In 1864, pioneer and postmaster Job Carr, a Civil War veteran and land speculator, built a cabin (which also served as Tacoma's first post office; a replica was built in 2000 near the original site in "Old Town"). Carr hoped to profit from the selection of Commencement Bay as the terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad, and sold most of his claim to developer Morton M. McCarver (1807–1875), who named his project Tacoma City, derived from the indigenous name for the mountain.