Dutch Warmblood Horses for Sale near Torrington, CT

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Dutch Warmblood Stallion
Patouche is a bay DWB, with papers, initially shown as a hunter, but is now..
Brewster, New York
Dutch Warmblood
Brewster, NY

About Torrington,CT

Torrington was first settled in 1735 by Ebenezer Lyman, Jr., of Durham, Connecticut. The downtown section of Torrington was known as Wolcottville, after the Wolcott family of Connecticut, which produced several governors between 1813 and 1881 respectively. Its early settlers resided on the hills west of the Naugatuck River where the first school, church, store, and tavern were constructed. Later, the eastern hill known as Torringford was settled, as it provided the best farmland. Torrington was given permission to organize a government and incorporate as a town in October 1740.