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Warmblood Mare for Sale in New Preston, CT
Lyric is a five - year old registered, inspected, and branded Rheinland mare. She clips, ties, bathes, and has no vices. She has awesome potential as a jumper or equitation horse. She is a flashy mare that is sure to catch the judges eye and would be best suited to an intermediate to advanced rider. For more information please call Andy at (860) 868-7***2
About New Preston, CT
Archeological evidence suggests that Native Americans first settled in the area around 10,000 years ago, following the retreat of the glaciers at the conclusion of the last ice age. What is now known as New Preston came to be inhabited by the Wyantenock tribe of Native Americans, who spent summers at Lake Waramaug, establishing a pattern of seasonal residence that is widely repeated by New Preston's present-day occupants. The signature of Chief Waramaug, who led the Wyantenock tribe in the early 18th century, appears on several local colonial-era property records, including the " New Milford North Purchase", which encompassed a substantial swath of southern Litchfield County, including contemporary New Preston. Colonists settled New Preston in 1741, and the General Assembly of the Connecticut Colony granted a petition for the establishment of the New Preston Ecclesiastical Society in 1753. In April 1778 the 270 families living in the area petitioned the General Assembly to be incorporated as a town.