***Chauncey***Next Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Windber, PA
Chauncey is a Wonferful thoroughbred X Morgan. I used to ride him in the ring constantly and he didn't seem to mind much. . . but i recently switched barns and now i have been riding on trails alot and it seems like he got sick of the ring. . but im sure he'll do fine with a little work. . . he is hilarious he loves attention. . . he gets along with all the horses he isn't very dominate. he is really good on the trails whenever my other friends horses will be flipping out he will be fine. . . he is 16 but he doesn't act his age. . . he deffinently has some get up and go. . . . if you want more info you can contact me at 814-442-7***7
About Windber, PA
Windber started as a company town for nearby coal mines from previously being a part of the City of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The Berwind-White Coal Mining Company imported workers from eastern and southern Europe and exploited ethnic divisions in the area (which had been settled by Germans and Irish in the 19th century). On Good Friday 1922, coal miners walked out of the mines in Windber and several nearby locations in Somerset County, attempting to force the mine owners to recognize their United Mine Workers union, as well as accurately weigh the coal they mined. The company employed legal tactics (the United States Supreme Court decided two lawsuits) as well as strike-breakers, but the miners received considerable favorable national publicity and local support and held out until the end of the following summer. However, the UMW successfully organized the mines during 1933, after the Great Depression led to the election of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.