3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Winchester, VA
"Golden Te" is a handsome sorrel overo who is quiet and gentle w / good ground manners. He is easy to catch, loads well, and clips. All shots and dental are up to date, and he's been wormed. APHA. Bombproof. 6 going on 16- kid safe.
About Winchester, VA
Indigenous peoples lived along the waterways of present-day Virginia for thousands of years before European contact. Archeological, linguistic and anthropological studies have provided insights into their cultures. Though little is known of specific tribal movements before European contact, the Shenandoah Valley area, considered a sacred common hunting ground, appears by the 17th century to have been controlled mostly by the local Iroquoian-speaking groups, including the Senedo and Sherando. The Algonquian-speaking Shawnee began to challenge the Iroquoians for the hunting grounds later in that century. The explorers Batts and Fallam in 1671 reported the Shawnee were contesting with the Iroquoians for control of the valley and were losing.