Sweet boy Needs Good Home
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Yorktown, VA
This is one loving boy who gives the sweetest kisses! He has no vices, and is utd on all vaccines, neg coggins. He is fantastic onthe trail and would love the excitement of gymkhana and western style riding. He is a super easy keeper and easy to catch, load, farrier, vet, etc. He is good with kids, cars, farm equip. , dogs, gunfire, etc. He needs a more exp rider, as I am in the early stages of beginning dressage and still dont really know what I am doing let alone what I am doing wrong. My trainer feels that he would be ideal for an exp teen who has outgrown their beginner horse or at least someone who has more time to devote to smoothing him out. ( I only ride twice a week) I am asking 2, 250 or best offer. I have some tack that can convey
About Yorktown, VA
Yorktown was named for the ancient city of York in Yorkshire, Northern England. It was founded in 1691 as a port on the York River for English colonists to export tobacco to Europe. The lawyer Thomas Ballard was the principal founder of the city along with Joseph Ring. It became the county seat in 1696, and although it never had more than about 200 houses its trade was considerable until the American Revolutionary War. It was called "York" until after the war, when the name "Yorktown" came into common use.