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Thoroughbred Gelding for Sale in Tecumseh, MI
16'3 hh 7 yrs old TB gelding, Quiet, easy going, well started, quick learner. Eager to please and anyone can handle, no vices! Will make a great hunter jumper or dressage horse. I only trail ride and hes just to big! Message me for more details. firstname.lastname@example.org
About Tecumseh, MI
The boundaries of Lenawee County were laid out by a proclamation of the Territorial Governor, Lewis Cass on September 10, 1822. Lenawee remained attached to Monroe County, out of which it was formed, until an act of the Territorial Legislature passed on December 26, 1826, organized the county government. The first settlement in the county was made two years earlier, on May 21, 1824, in Tecumseh. The settlers, consisting of fifteen men, eleven women, and six children, all came from Jefferson County, New York. In 1823, Musgrove Evans had located the land and persuaded General Joseph W.