Very quiet and friendly pony. He is competing at local shows and doing well..
About Easton, MD
Easton may be named because of its location east of Saint Michaels, however it is more likely that it was named after Easton in Somersetshire, England. Jesse Hughes, a footwear manufacturer and dealer, did business in Easton between 1861-1879. His business records, which are held by the University of Maryland Libraries, provide insight into 19th century town life. In 1916, the town erected a statue in honor of Confederate soldiers from Talbot County. In 2011, local officials added a statue of Frederick Douglass, the noted abolitionist, who was born a slave in 1818 at Wye House plantation near Easton.