Gypsy Sporthorse Filly

RF White Gold
Gypsy Vanner
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
12.2 hh
Foal Date
June, 2021
United States
Ad Status

Gypsy Vanner Mare for Sale in Junction, IL

7-month-old Gypsy Horse Association registered (pending, registration application and DNA have been submitted) Gypsy Sporthorse filly. She is a champagne tobiano with a blazed face and amber eyes. She is sired by a 14.2 hh imported Gypsy Vanner stallion that is a grandson of “The Roadsweeper UK” and the famed “The Lottery Winner”. Her dam is a beautifully built quarter horse mare. This filly is heavy-boned, shapey, and stout. She has the striking Gypsy look with a square build and thick muscling. She also has the thick mane and tail and feathered gypsy feet that should only continue to thicken as she gets older. She has some exaggerated Gypsy-type movement but with extra athleticism from her dam’s side. She is sweet and curious with other animals and people. She leads, stands tied, and loads. She is a smart filly that is very willing to learn. Really can’t say enough good about her. Feel free to e-mail or text for more pictures and video. Price is $5,500. Ph. 618-841-4413 (call or text)

About Junction, IL

Junction was founded in the 1880s, and was named for its location at the junction of the L&N and B&O railroads. When a post office was established in 1884, it was named "Cypress Junction." The name was changed to "Junction City" in 1888, and shortened to "Junction" in 1894. Junction's location in a relatively flat area leaves it prone to flooding along the Ohio River, which can cause waters in the nearby Saline River to back up. A major flood in March 1997 displaced several area residents and blocked all but one road leading into the village. The Hickory Hill mansion, almost five miles west of Junction, is the 19th-century home of illegal slave trader and slave breeder John Hart Crenshaw.

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