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Canadian Stallion for Sale in Germantown, OH
2002 Canadian Horse ~ rare chestnut ~ Hi, I~m Merlot. I am a rare breed, ~Le Cheval Canadien~, The Canadian Horse, a Warmblood breed originating in Canada in the late 1700~s We are great at dressage, jumping, hunter, eventing, we even cut cows! Most of us are black, but I~m red and 16 hh. My Mom bought me when I was just 2 yrs. I'm 9 now. She wanted to raise and train me with a trainer~s help. Many things happened, and I couldn~t get trained to be a show horse like my brothers and sisters who do great at that and have fun! My mom and her trainer often tell me I~m a "pretty mover", whatever that means. I was started out by Mom~s trainer, then Helge Buflod helped too. Lori Miller did a lot to help me at Greenstone in Germantown, Ohio where I am now. Mom says I have too big
... more»movement for her to ride. She is very sad to have to sell me to a rider with more training and time than she has. Mom~s trainer says I act well leading, attentive and affectionate. I sure would like to have a job doing dressage, jumping, something fun! I like showing off and hope someone wants to do that with me. If you like my pictures, would you please call Mom~s trainer Patti to come see me, so I can get rolling on a new life! Thanks a bunch of carrots! MERLOT $4850 negotiable to EXCELLENT home only Call Patti Carnahan 937-746-7***7 or 937-823-2***5 or email pattip***@yahoo. com
About Germantown, OH
Germantown, was established in 1804 by German-speaking settlers from Berks County, Pennsylvania. Philip Gunckel, the only member of the group who spoke English, is recognized as Germantown's founder, who chose the site for a grist mill and laid out the original town plan in 1814. The Gunckel Town Plan, maintaining many of its original 19th and early 20th century buildings, has been recognized as a Historic District and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Germantown underwent many economic changes as distilleries, and the cigar industry, both came and went. In 1847 the Mudlick Distillery was established and, with an output of 30 barrels of whiskey a day, was considered the largest in the country for many years.