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Paint Mare for Sale in Smithfield, VA
I am looking for a black and white paint mare that is 15. 3 or bigger. 2 or older. training doesn't matter. If anyone has one please let me know.
About Smithfield, VA
Smithfield, first colonized in 1634, is located on the Pagan River, south of Jamestown and on the south side of the James River. The Native Americans knew this area as Warascoyak, also spelled Warrosquoyacke, meaning "point of land." The Virginia colony officially formed Warrosquyoake Shire (with numerous variant spellings, including Warrascoyack, Warrascocke and "Warwick Squeak") in 1634, but it had already been known as "Warascoyack County" before this. It was renamed as Isle of Wight County in 1637. In 1730, the Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730 established "Warricksqueak Bay, in Isle of Wight County" as the site of an official tobacco inspection house. The town was established as a seaport in 1752 by Arthur Smith IV.