Gentle, Spirited Old Mare In Good Cond.
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Fort Myers, FL
MORE PICTURES NOW AVAILABLE!! Sweet, & very calm, also is very SMOOTH to ride! Absolutely NO VICES! ! No bite, no kick, no rear, no pawing, no stall vices, noothing! Exceptional ground manners. Trail ride her anywhere! Your family will fall in love with this mare. UTD on all vaccines, current coggins, clips, ties, trailers, This girl DOES IT ALL! Completely SOUND with plenty of life left to live! Never been lame. Come and take a look. Very well taken care of. Is fit, not underweight, clipped and gets groomed daily. She is barefoot and only needs trimmings. Has very solid feet and is an extremely easy keeper. This mare would be a wonderful horse for the beginner adult, or Simi beginner child or juvenile. MORE PICTURES AVAILABLE!! $1700 OBO - Price is negotiable to the right home. . . Contact me by email or phone: Scorpga***@hotmail. com or (239) 273- 1160
About Fort Myers, FL
Spain originally had colonial influence in Florida, succeeded by Great Britain and, lastly, the United States. During the Second Seminole War, between 1835 and 1842, the US Army operated Fort Dulany at Punta Rassa, at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River. When a hurricane destroyed Fort Dulany in October 1841, army operations were moved up the Caloosahatchee River to a site named Fort Harvie. Fort Harvie was abandoned in 1842, as the Second Seminole War wound down. After a white trader was killed by Seminoles on the Peace River in 1849, the Army returned to the Caloosahatchee River in 1850.