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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Mandan, ND
Diesel is a great been there done that ranch gelding. He is flea bitten grey and a very stout well put together horse. No bad habits. Knows all his proper leads and has excellent foot work. Would make a very nice womens or intermediate kids horse. Can go all day and will go where ever you point him. Not scared of anything. Gets along well with other horses, minds his own buisness. Breeding goes back to Doc Bar. He has not been running loose in a pasture for years he is being used. Doesnt need constant riding, very consistent guy.
About Mandan, ND
While Native Americans had long established settlements in the area along the river, the first white explorer was Frenchman Sieure de la Verendyre and his expedition in 1738. Not until the early 1800s did Euro-American frontiersmen come to the area with any regularity; the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804 and 1806, George Catlin in 1832 and Prince Maximilian and Karl Bodmer in 1834 being the most notable. The Fort Clark Trading Post was established in 1830 by the American Fur Company 40 miles upstream on the Missouri River to support trappers. To provide protection for the approaching rail line from the east and the homesteaders who would surely follow, the US Army established two outposts in the area in 1872 and 1873. Fort Greeley (later renamed Fort Hancock) was founded first on the east side of the river.