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Warmblood Horses for Sale in Oregon, WI
Dearwyn is a 16.3 RPSI (7/8 Hanoverian) gelding with winning breeding out of Grand Prix competitor Donavan. Lovely expressive paces. Working at first level, currently developing changes, extension and lateral movements with professional training. Fantastic personality, very friendly. No vices, good with farrier/vet/transportation. Very sad sale due to owner moving back to England. Quick sale needed hence price. A fantastic opportunity to own a really lovely horse. Asking $18,000. Check out his dressage video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqWcA8Mw9LA Check out his jumping video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESSX-qYAGNg
About Oregon, WI
Oregon was settled in 1841 by Bartlet Runey, and the first house was constructed in 1843. Initially the settlement was known as "Rome Corners," and there is a road south of the village which still bears that name. When the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company came though the village in the 1864, their maps indicated a name of "Oregon," and the name was adopted. The village was incorporated in 1881. Many of Oregon's historical buildings still stand in the downtown district, including the Netherwood Block on the south, the Badger Cycle Company building and original water tower on the southeast on Janesville Street, and numerous business lining the west side of North and South Main Street.