TWH-Onsite Lease-$250/mth

Name
Deja
Breed
Tennessee Walking
Gender
Mare
Color
Palomino
Temperament
6 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.2 hh
Foal Date
May, 2012
Country
United States
Views/Searches
127/10,750
Ad Status
Available
Lease Fee
$250

Tennessee Walking Mare for Lease in Oviedo, FL

Beautiful golden palomino. Affectionate, loving, gentle, smart, willing, energetic, EXCELLENT manners, NO bad habits. Champion bred. English or Western. All tack & supplies provided. Stabled in Geneva, FL, 32732. Round pen, 2 arenas, gazebo with fans by arena, wash racks, mature zero drama barn, lots of cross ties in barn (shade), Wi-Fi, refrigerator, clean restroom (no porta-potty), stable owner on-site. Can schedule training or riding sessions/lessons (their horse or yours). Rent 1 of their horses (boarder discount rate) & a friend can ride with you. Must make reservation for horse of your choice & rider skill level. Lots of wooded trails on property. She's my baby & needs more attention than I can give her right now. Prefers females. $250/mth INCLUDES ALL. MUST be 21, or accompanied by parent/guardian. 321-262-9021, if no answer, please leave VM, text or email gliderider1@live.com. I work nights sleep weird hours.

About Oviedo, FL

Up through the early 19th century, the area encompassing Oviedo was sparsely populated save for a few Seminoles and African-American Freemen who associated with the Seminole tribe, known as Black Seminoles, in what was then Spanish Florida. The Seminole tribe had larger clusters of population in other areas of Central Florida, such as nearby Lake Jesup. The population remained sparse until after the American Civil War, when people devastated by war starting moving South to begin a new life. One mile to the southeast side of Lake Jesup, a small hamlet of settlers established the "Lake Jesup Settlement" in 1875. Letters from that era showcased a difficult life for the Florida Cracker settlers: cooking outdoors with wood stoves, sleeping under mosquito nets, and burning rags to keep the insects away.

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