Youth/Amateur Gelding

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Name
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Stallion
Color
Bay
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
71/1,936
Ad Status
Available
Price
$7,500

Arabian Stallion for Sale in Sylvania, OH

Photos by email: "Trepi" is a great Youth / Ameteur Horse. Beautiful Mahogony Bay 13 yr old Gelding with an excellent tempormant. Has recieved numerous wins in class a / Regional Western Pleasure, Shownmanship, and Stock Seat Medal. Will go Hunt, great walk / Trot and an enjoyable trail horse. Sweepstakes nominated by Avatar Al Sufi and out of an Al Marah bred Mare. Clips, Stands, loads, hauls, and is an easy keeper. Photos available for serious inquiries, video on the way. Recently shown last year by a 10 yr old placing 1 st and 2 nd, in great shape, conditions and trains in a snaffle. For more information PLEASE CONTACT: Tannis Canfield at h: (419) 829- 2752, c: (419) 350-7***9 e - mail: Tanniscanfi***@yahoo. Com
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About Sylvania, OH

General David White is considered the founder of Sylvania as the first pioneer settler and town supervisor, originally from Palmyra, New York. In 1832, White was given the title of General (possibly after services rendered during the War of 1812), which allowed him to explore the western Lake Erie region. In realizing the potential of some available land to the north of Maumee, Ohio, a notable port city at the time, he acquired a title to the land and built a log cabin at what would eventually be the corner of Summit and Monroe streets near downtown Sylvania. Prior to White's acquisition, the land was a part of Port Lawrence Township, Monroe County, Michigan. Over the course of several years, White, along with his associate, Judge William Wilson, purchased a total of 1,920 acres of Port Lawrence and surrounding land in what would eventually become Sylvania, and 1,720 acres of what would become Whiteford Township, Michigan, where he also served as the first town supervisor.

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