Beautiful, Athletic Straight Egyptian
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion for Sale in Liberty, SC
He can really MOVE! Magic loves to show off and loves people attention. Making a great combination of flash and disposition, plus lots of personality. He was bred to perform, beautiful long stride and great hock action. He is versatile in his athleticism. And people who see him in person become awe - struck with his beauty, presence and charisma. Magic has exceptional conformation, especially legs and feet. Saklawi in strain, he is Sultann linebred crossed onto The Egyptian Prince, Shaikh Al Badi and Ibn Moniet El Nefous. His tail female is through Bint Hanaa by El Sareei. Can be sold as a stallion or gelding. He is definitely stallion quality. He has a beautiful, long and shapely neck. You can see pictures of him and his pedigree at http: / / windczar. com / magic. htm Please email me at WindC***@aol. com To a good home only. ~~~y~~~m~~~~
About Liberty, SC
Liberty today sits on land that was once part of the Cherokee Indians' hunting ground. The Otarre, or Lower Hill Cherokees, had several thriving villages along the riverbanks in the area; perhaps the most notable example being the village of Keowee, located near the modern day Oconee and Pickens County line. Cherokee tribesmen, who often survived by growing crops, and tended to live in small villages, were in many ways more domesticated than other Native American tribes. The Cherokee also hunted game, believing that the foothills were a sacred hunting ground for deer, buffalo, and other large animals. Tradition holds that Hernando DeSoto and his group of Spanish explorers were the first Europeans to travel through the area around year 1540.