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Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Westminster, MD
Flashy tri - colored leopard app~ registered. . . rides western and english~ currently being ridden on trails by novice and experienced riders~has potential to be a great show horse~ ties, bathes, clips, trailers, stands for farrier etc~Chico loves people and lots of TLC. . . asking $3500 or obo~ add'l pictures upon request~will haul for minimal fee~contact Natalie at (717) 465-0***6 or email at natalies0***@yahoo. com
About Westminster, MD
William Winchester (1706-1790) purchased approximately 167 acres of land called White's Level in 1754 which became known as the city of Winchester. The Maryland General Assembly later changed the name of the town to Westminster to avoid confusion with Winchester, the seat of nearby Frederick County, Virginia. On June 28, 1863, the cavalry skirmish known as Corbit's Charge was fought in the streets of Westminster, when two companies of Delaware cavalry attacked a much larger Confederate force under General J.E.B. Stuart, during the Gettysburg Campaign. In April 1865, Joseph Shaw, newspaper editor, had his presses wrecked and his business destroyed, and was subsequently beaten and stabbed to death by four men in Westminster, allegedly because of an anti- Lincoln editorial that was published the week before the actual assassination.