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Shetland Pony Stallion for Sale in Greenbrier, AR
Shetland Pony for sale. Ben is 18 years old and about 44". He has been ridden by kids of all ages and has been in many petting zoos for elementary schools and for special needs kids. Very gentle. No buck, bite, rear, or kick. Would be a great pony for a kid to learn to ride on. I'm selling him because I'm now 17 and too big to ride him and give him the attention he needs. He is still a stud, so he does not need to be pastured with mares or other stallions. He is pastured with my 4 quarter horse geldings right now with no problems. Him being a stud does not effect his attitude unless he is around mares. In the 10 years i've owned him, he's never once acted like a stud or gotten an aggressive attitude. Ben comes with a western kids saddle, a halter, and a headstall with reins and a bit. I'm
... more»asking $550 obo. Text or call me anytime 15015819878 for photos of his tack and of him.
About Greenbrier, AR
Prior to European settlement, Native American tribes, including the Quapaw and later the Cherokee, lived in the area. Several historical figures of the Wild West such as Jim Bowie and Jesse James passed through the Greenbrier region toward Oklahoma and Texas. The Wiley brothers settled near East Fork Cadron around 1818, about 8 miles (13 km) east of today's Greenbrier. In 1837, Jonathan Hardin settled near the Wiley settlement. Also in the early 19th century, the Casharagos settled north of Greenbrier in the present community of Republican.