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Name
Breed
Mustang
Gender
Stallion
Color
Black
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
168/3,451
Ad Status
Available
Price
$1,200

Mustang Stallion for Sale in Canonsburg, PA

Steele is beautiful but sadly I must sell him. He and his mom are too attached and must be permanently seporated. Plus I don't have time. Steele loads, bathes, ties, and saddles without problem. He loves attention and treats, fully used to dogs, kids, and other horses. Steele is fully broke and is already competing in 4H shows. He has amazing gaits and a naturally up tracking canter. Currently I am focusing on having him work through his top line. Steele has gone on long trail rides and has yet to find something to spook at. He could also be a fine jumper. When I was originally hoping not to sell him I had to compete in eventing in the up coming years. He is up to date on all shots and coggins. No problems with soundness. Priced to sell and must sell asap. Hes really worth the

About Canonsburg, PA

The exact date of the first settlement near the current site of Canonsburg is unclear. Colonel John Canon, a common miller who also served as justice of the Virginia courts at Fort Dunmore (better known as Fort Pitt, now Pittsburgh), purchased some land from the state of Virginia around Chartiers Creek, sometime before May 1780. The state had claimed what is now southwestern Pennsylvania in a dispute that would not finally be settled until later in the decade. In 1781 Pennsylvania carved Washington County out of Westmoreland County, and the county seat was established at Washington. The notes of the first session of the Washington County Court during that year indicate a call for a road from Canon's mill to Pittsburgh.

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