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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Manchester, MI
Sport is a 7 yr. old bay gelding. He is great on the trail. Sport clips, loads, bathes, etc. He has 2 months reining / finishing training. Sport has a great jog and always picks up his leads. He can spin, sidepass, and backs up great. He is ready to show or be ridden down the trails. $2500 obo Lisa (734) 260- 9552
About Manchester, MI
In 1824 the United States Congress passed the General Survey Act, intended to create and maintain military roads through what was then the west of the country. One third of the funds allocated went to build a road between the strategic army posts of Detroit and Fort Dearborn, at the little town of Chicago. Known as the Chicago Road, it followed the old Sauk Trail and opened the entire area for settlement. Also in 1824, the land around today's Manchester was surveyed by John Mack, who noted it as being "a good mill seat." John Gilbert, who had recently completed work on sections of the Erie Canal, agreed with John Mack, and on May 10, 1826 he purchased 80 acres (32 ha) of land along the Raisin River at that location. Originally from upstate New York, John Gilbert resettled to Ypsilanti, Michigan, in 1831.