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Thoroughbred Gelding for Sale in Lees Summit, MO
Off the track Excellent under the saddle but does need an experienced rider More Go then whoa just needs some work on manners just had thirty days refresher coming along nicely loves people comes when called I have his papers
About Lees Summit, MO
The growth of the town can be studied through historic Sanborn Maps, which document building types and uses in the city during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In 1913, R.A. Long, the owner of a lumber company, began building his estate, named Longview Farm, on the western edge of the city and into part of Kansas City. When complete, it had a mansion, five barns and 42 buildings in the 1,700 acres (6.9 km 2). (Harrison Metheny, grandfather of jazz legend Pat Metheny, was an electrician during Longview's construction.) The farm also had a church, Longview Chapel Christian Church, which was completed in 1915.