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Appaloosa Stallion at Stud in Hot Springs, SD
Midnight is a black and white appaloosa stallion standing at stud for a few outside mares. He is registered with the AApA registry. He is producing foals with confirmation, color, athletic and unsurpassed dispositions. His offspring will prove their talent as endurance horses, ranch horses, and pleasure horses. He sires foals with elegant heads, necks, balance, good muscling, and good minds. They are straight legged and excellent movers. He is currently training and placing in the 50 mile endurance rides. In 2006 he placed fourth in the fifty, with best condition points. In 2007 he placed 1 st with 2 nd best conditon points in the 50 mile endurance ride.
About Hot Springs, SD
The Sioux and Cheyenne people had long frequented the area, appreciating its warm springs. According to several accounts, including a ledger art piece by the Oglala Lakota artist Amos Bad Heart Bull, Native Americans considered the springs sacred. European settlers arrived in the second half of the 19th century. They first named the city "Minnekahta" after its Lakota name. It was renamed Hot Springs in 1882, which is a translation of the Native American name.