Gorgeous 15.3 TB/Conn Cross Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Virginia Beach, VA
A gorgeous 15. 3 hands high 9 year old grey Thoroughbred / Connemara gelding. Has done tons of trail rides. Crosses streams, bridges, ditches. Fabulous jumper, does not stop. He has a wonderful mouth. . . does not grab the bit. Knows first level dressage but needs polishing. He has an uphill ride, nice canter and a smooth trot. He loves to be turned out with other horses. Not for a beginner rider. . . needs a confident rider as he can be lazy at times. Older kids or confident adults would be best. Price is on private treaty. Connor is at the East Coast Sport Horse Equestrian facility in Virginia Beach, VA. Contact Sharon Golesh at 757-270-5***8. Address: 2508 W. Landing Road, virginia Beach, VA 23456. Email: sha***@eastcoastsporthorses. com. See his web page: http: / / www. angelfire. com / ct2 / Windcrest / C onnorsale. htm
About Virginia Beach, VA
The Chesepian were the historic indigenous people of the area now known as Tidewater in Virginia at the time of European encounter. Little is known about them but archeological evidence suggests they may have been related to the Carolina Algonquian, or Pamlico people. They would have spoken one of the Algonquian languages. These were common among the numerous tribes of the coastal area, who made up the loose Powhatan Confederacy, numbering in the tens of thousands in population. The Chesepian occupied an area which is now defined as the independent cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach.