PCs Into The Mist Racking Horse
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Racking Mare for Sale in Citrus Springs, FL
Up for consideration. Looking for your unicorn? PC's Into The Mystic: Shiloh. Bay. Mare, 2004. RHBAA Registered Racking Horse. 15.2hh. Sound, healthy.. beautiful mover. Parks out beautiful, backs, will go through water, up/down hills, anyone that can ride can ride her. Shiloh knows "whoa" and has a motor if you want to go. She's an absolute gem to load and unload, bathes, farriers, stands tied. No buck no kick no rear EVER. She is smooth and a fun ride. We have had all levels from beginners and up on her. Will go out alone or does great with other horses. Not buddy sour at all. Great mind. She is fine around traffic, tractors, dogs, ect. She has many years under saddle and been there done that. She deserves more time than I can give her these days so I am willing to part with her to the right home.
About Citrus Springs, FL
Citrus Springs was developed by the Mackle Brothers, prominent Florida real estate developers working under The Deltona Corporation to be used as a subdivision consisting of over 34,000 homesites. (Elkcam Boulevard, a prominent street in Citrus Springs, is "Mackle" spelled backwards.) The area currently has two elementary schools (Citrus Springs Elementary School and Central Ridge Elementary School, opened fall 2008) and one middle school (Citrus Springs Middle School). There are plans for an 80-acre (320,000 m 2) high school campus complete with public park, but construction is not planned in the near future. Phosphate mining played a major part in the history of Citrus County until the end of World War II, when phosphate mining largely moved overseas. The first newspaper of Citrus County was called the Phosphate Times.