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Morgan Stallion for Sale in Springfield, VT
"Sonny" is a smart sane flashy son of Immortal Command. Great family horse. Talent and potential for Hunter pleasure, dressage or driving. Loves trail riding. Make an offer for this versatile and easy to train morgan. Sadly must sell - forced to down size and he needs a home. No reasonable offer to a good home refused.
About Springfield, VT
The land currently recognized as Springfield is the traditional land of the Pennacook and Abenaki people. One of the New Hampshire grants, the township was chartered on August 20, 1761 by Governor Benning Wentworth and awarded to Gideon Lyman and 61 others. Although Springfield's alluvial flats made it among the best agricultural towns in the state, the Black River falls, which drop 110 feet (33.5 m) in 1/8 of a mile (201 m), helped it develop into a mill town. Springfield was located in the center of the Precision Valley region, home of the Vermont machine tool industry. In 1888, the Jones and Lamson Machine Tool Company (J&L) moved to Springfield from Windsor, Vermont under the successful leadership of James Hartness.