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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Piqua, OH
Candy is a beautiful stallion with a quiet disposition. He has a gorgeous mane that hangs past his shoulder and a great tail to go with it. He is a sorrel. His mane and tail has a lot of grey in it - kind of unusual. He lunges and is a great mover but has not been broke. His sire is Rowdy Rap. who has over 100 AQHA points in a variety of events. His dam is Justa Rappin. She was injured as a three year old and was not shown but has four siblings who have great show records. Two of them qualified for the AQHA World show and one that was leading AQHA in youth hunter over fences. He would be a great cross for Quarter horse mares or Paint mares. If you are looking to purchase a stallion, don't pass this one up.
About Piqua, OH
Piqua was one of the cities that suffered severe flooding during the Great Dayton Flood of 1913. Piqua is nestled in a sweeping "S" bend of the Miami River and experienced regular flooding before the "Great Flood of 1913." A cupboard door on a home on East Water Street, just up from the river shows the various heights of water in that home. *The 1913 flood was marked in the middle of an upstairs window. Causes of the 1913 flood [ edit ] Back to back storms laden with heavy rains created the setting for the overwhelming amount of floodwaters descending upon cities and towns in the Miami and Ohio River Valleys, including Piqua. On 22 March 1913 a moderate storm moved down the St.