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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Eaton Rapids, MI
Rih is still considered green broke but can be ridden by an intermediate rider and is road and trail safe. He's been ridden bareback, western, english, in a halter, snaffle, hackemore, bozel. He's fine with his hooves, being touched anywhere, sprayed, hosed down, trailered. . packed up around the saddle with all kinds of things. I have loads of pictures and can get more. . GOOD home only! I'm only selling because I don't have the time to finish him, as I have a son and I'm 5 months pregnant.
About Eaton Rapids, MI
The Potawatomi people established a village in the area of what is now Eaton Rapids in about 1774. This was part of their wide territory in historic times. The area constituting Eaton Rapids was first settled by Euro-Americans around the year 1835, who were drawn there because of the timber and water power in the area. It became a center of industry. The following year, a sawmill was constructed near Spring Brook in Spicerville; it provided the lumber settlers used to build Eaton Rapids.