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Paint Gelding for Sale in Escanaba, MI
Rehoming this beautiful 20y/o registered paint gelding. Awesome ground manners, loads,stands for vet and farrier, he is a true lover. His problem, he will buck. Sometimes he’s fine and other times he will just let loose. He need to be lunged. I have had the vet out and did an exam and chiropractic finding nothing wrong. I have tried 3 different saddles including a treeless and cinches with no improvement. He is located 10 miles West of Escanaba. Email me for more information. $500 or best offer rehoming fee
About Escanaba, MI
Escanaba was the name of an Ojibwa village in this area in the early 19th century. The Ojibwa are one of the Anishinaabe, Algonquian-speaking tribes who settled and flourished around the Great Lakes. The word "Escanaba" roughly translates from Ojibwe and other regional Algonquian languages to "land of the red buck", although some people maintain that it refers to "flat rock". As a European-American settlement, Escanaba was founded in 1863 as a port town by surveyor Eli P. Royce.