Outstanding Appendix Hunter/Jumper
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appendix Stallion for Sale in Cumberland, MD
1988 Thoroughbred / Quarter Horse X, registered Appendix gelding, red bay with two white socks, star, strip, and snip. "Derby" is a gorgeous horse, his gaits are impecable, and has tons of potential! Jumps competatively in 2'6" range but could go much higher. With work, could make an excellent dressage horse as well. Trailers, bathes, and clips with ease, no vices, only selling because I will be leaving for college soon. Asking $6, 000. Please call for more details
About Cumberland, MD
Cumberland was named by English colonists after the son of King George II, Prince William, the Duke of Cumberland. It is built on the site of the mid-18th century Fort Cumberland, the starting point for British General Edward Braddock's ill-fated attack on the French stronghold of Fort Duquesne (present-day Pittsburgh) during the French and Indian War, the North American front of the Seven Years' War between the French and the British. (See Braddock expedition.) This area had long been settled for thousands of years by indigenous peoples. The fort was developed along the Great Indian Warpath which tribes used to travel the backcountry. Cumberland also served as an outpost of Colonel George Washington during the French and Indian War, and his first military headquarters was built here.