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Belgian Warmblood Stallion at Stud in Wilsonville, OR
Beautiful registered blue roan belgian stallion. He has rock star hair and changes color with the seasons. He has great conformation and will add size and his fantastic mind that the belgians were bred for to any breeding program. $250 non refundable booking fee, then $250 breeding fee before collection. Price includes first collection. Live foal guarentee on cooled. There is a discount of $100 on frozen booking fee, comes with 2 straws, and no live foal guarentee. He has tested well in many extenders.
About Wilsonville, OR
Alphonso Boone, the grandson of Daniel Boone, settled in what would later become Wilsonville in 1846 and established the Boones Ferry across the Willamette River in 1847. The ferry gave rise to the community of Boones Landing, which eventually grew into Wilsonville. Originally, the area was part of what became Yamhill County, but was transferred to the current Clackamas County in 1855. The first post office was established in 1876 with the name, Boones Ferry. Wilsonville became the name of the community on June 3, 1880, named after the first postmaster, Charles Wilson.