Arabian Quarter Cross
8 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Ripley, WV
she is a mare so she does have a attitude but it's not bad and she is broke she just is a little green she won't stand to be mounted she hasn't bit anyone she just nibbled at us she has only done that when we go to mount shes kicked out one time but I feel that was my fault when I was tacking her up I think I might have accidentally pinched her she will test you and try to scare you with small bunny hop bucks but she stops when she realizes ur not getting off she is 12 and stands about 15hh dose have a very mareish attitude the only reason I am wanting to trade her is bc my gelding is a project boy and he's still needing some work.
About Ripley, WV
Ripley was originally owned and settled by William, John, and Lewis Rodgers. They received a grant of 400 acres (1.6 km 2) in 1768 where "Sycamore Creek joins Big Mill Creek" (the current site of Ripley). The land was later sold to Jacob (and Ann) Starcher, most probably in 1803. Jacob Starcher erected a grist mill in 1824 and laid out the town in 1830, naming it in honor of Harry Ripley, a young minister who was to be married, but drowned in Big Mill Creek, about one and a half miles north of the town, shortly before the ceremony took place. When Jackson County was formed in 1831, the residents of the county could not decide where to locate the county seat.