3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Draft Stallion for Sale in Newport News, VA
Razzy is a great Yearling! He is very sweet always wants to please! Has had ALOTS of ground work, great horse going to be easy to break. Stallion was a 19 hh Clyesdale, Dam 15 hh Aradina. Could not ask for a better horse!
About Newport News, VA
During the 17th century, shortly after founding of Jamestown, Virginia in 1607, English settlers explored and began settling the areas adjacent to Hampton Roads. In 1610, Sir Thomas Gates "took possession" of a nearby Native American village, which became known as Kecoughtan. At that time, settlers began clearing land along the James River (the navigable part of which was called Hampton Roads) for plantations, including the present area of Newport News. In 1619, the area of Newport News was included in one of four huge corporations of the Virginia Company of London. It became known as Elizabeth Cittie and extended west all the way to Skiffe's Creek (currently the border between Newport News and James City County).