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Paint Stallion for Sale in Ashland, NE
PRICE REDUCED 9 / 21 / 07!! 1000. 00 UPDATE: going to sale on 10 / 20 if not sold before. Nice big gelding with a lot of speed and agility. Needs experienced rider. Not a kids horse. UTD on all shots and just had feet trimed. No shoes needed.
About Ashland, NE
Ashland is located at the site of a low-water limestone ledge along the bottom of Salt Creek, an otherwise mud-bottomed stream that was a formidable obstacle for wagon trains on the great westward migrations of the late 1840s and 1850s. The Oxbow Trail, a variant route of the Oregon Trail, ran from Nebraska City (on the Missouri River) to Fort Kearny (on the Platte River), where it joined the main route of the Oregon Trail. The limestone bottom of Salt Creek at Ashland made it an excellent fording site. Ashland was established in 1870 and named after Ashland, the estate of Henry Clay. Today, Ashland benefits by its proximity to Interstate 80 and the cities of Omaha and Lincoln.