Black Egyptian Related Mare!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in Bethlehem, NH
Bint Bint Adhanna (AHA #0563***0) (FA Serronyx (Naaja Blk Haleem) X KA Lilla (Alcibaides) ) This black, Egyptian Related mare was foaled 05 / 09 / 1993 and stands 15. 2H. She has a solid body with long legs / neck and several crosses to black. ~Hanna~ has a nice large eye and is just a very pretty mare. She stops traffic when the owner goes out for a ride asking about her beauty! ~Hanna~ is well trained under saddle with an Eventing base and is suitable for Dressage, Hunter Pleasure, and Trail Riding. Requires an Intermediate rider. Ready to show or breed, this mare could be the addition to your program that you~ve been looking for! OFFERS, terms available. Located in Bethlehem, NH.
About Bethlehem, NH
Granted as "Lloyd's Hills" in 1774 by Colonial Governor John Wentworth, the town was named for James Lloyd of Boston. It was the last of the provincial grants in New Hampshire. In the aftermath of the Revolutionary War, the original grant could not be found. Lack of documentation deterred settlement until 1787, when the first permanent houses were built. Dropping its homage to Lloyd, a Loyalist, the town was incorporated as "Bethlehem" on December 27, 1799, the name having been selected on Christmas Day.