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Paint Stallion for Sale in Hernando, MS
The 2 yo paint is black and white and very sweet. He is going to be big and flashy. He has long legs and a gorgeous mane and tail. His temperment is easy to get along with. I have been practicing leading with him and he is a quick learner. He is the son of my cow bred barrel horse and I really hate to let him go, but college prevents me from having the time to spend with him. DONT LET THIS ONE GET AWAY!! I have put a saddle on him and he leads, ties, and lifts his feet. I am moving and hes got to go!
About Hernando, MS
At the time of encounters by French and Spanish colonists, the Chickasaw people had long inhabited this area. France had developed colonial settlements along the Gulf Coast, to the north on the middle Mississippi River in what was called the Illinois Country, and in New France (present-day Quebec in Canada). An 18th-century French colonial log house (see first photo in gallery below) in Hernando is a reminder of typical dwellings built in their settlements in the Illinois country, such as in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. The French and French Canadians had a wide trading network with various American Indian tribes along this river, for instance in Natchez.