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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Middletown, CT
Beautiful, stocky gentleman. Is housed with donkey, llama, min. goats, pot belly pig, and befriended our gelding over night. Allows our mentally challenged children to groom and lead our parade around campus. We ride him on a lead line but the instructers trail ride. The woman we bought him from used him for team penning and showing. Gus is a kind gentle horse who carefully steps over our chickens. He will be missed. Good home only
About Middletown, CT
The land on the western bank of the Connecticut River where Middletown now lies was home to the Mattabesett Native Americans (also spelled Mattabesec, Mattabeseck, and Mattabesek); the area they inhabited—now Middletown and the surrounding area—was named after them. At the time the first European settlers arrived in the region, the Mattabesetts were a part of the group of tribes in the Connecticut Valley, under a single chief named Sowheag. Plans for the colonial settlement were drawn up by the General Court in 1646; the first Europeans arrived from nearby Connecticut colonies in 1650. On September 11, 1651, the General Court of Connecticut established the town of "Mattabesett". A couple of years later in November of 1653, the settlement was renamed Middletown.