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Spotted Saddle Mare for Sale in Lapeer, MI
Debbie is a 15 year old spotted saddle horse. She is road safe and trail savvy. Jumps in the trailer, stands to be clipped , bathed and vacuumed, and is a favorite of our ferrier. She has excellent ground manners , catches easily and has personality galore. Debbie is eager, fearless and will lead or follow on the trail. She ties to the trailer, pickets or high lines , crosses water and bridges, has been ponied off of and is a camping pro. She's just a great, sound, solid mare .
About Lapeer, MI
By an ordinance of the Congress of the United States passed on July 13, 1787, the area lying northwest of the Ohio River, though still occupied by the British, was organized as the Northwest Territory. Lapeer County was once part of the Northwest Territory. In January 1820, the county of Oakland was formed, which served the area now known as Lapeer, until the County of Lapeer was formed in 1837, when Michigan became a state. The first elections were for county officers, with 520 persons voting in 1837. Folklore claims Lapeer was derived from the naming of the south branch of the Flint River, which flows northwestward in Lapeer County.