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Appendix Stallion for Sale in Perrysburg, OH
"Randy" has done - it - all from roping to western and english pleasure, to most recently contesting with barrels being his favorite. He is also a great trail horse. TOP TEN AT STATE FAIR. Shown in 4- H. Looks great for his age and has great ground manners. He loads, clips, bathes and is up - to - date on all his shots and farrier. Selling because I have over thirty horses and just no time for him anymore. Do not want him just to be a pasture mate, he loves to work and please you. E - mail for more pictures and info.
About Perrysburg, OH
Perrysburg lies near the center of the Twelve Mile Square Reservation, a tract of land ceded by the Odawa people to the United States of America by the Treaty of Greenville in 1795, following the end of the Northwest Indian Wars. They had occupied this territory since the turn of the 18th century, after having settled in the region of the French trading post at Fort Detroit. The Odawa had controlled much of the territory along the Maumee River in present-day northwestern Ohio. In 1810, early European-American settlers here were Major Amos Spafford (1753-1818), his wife Olive (1756-1823), and their four children. In 1796, Spafford, a native of Connecticut, was a surveyor for the Connecticut Land Company.