Friesian X Filly Train Your way! Beauty!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Friesian Mare for Sale in Dandridge, TN
Lezah Keerc is a double registered Friesian Sport Horse with both the Friesian Sport Horse Registry and Moriesian Horse Registry with DNA proof of parentage. She has excellent blood lines. She is a beauty with her upright head and incredibly smooth and floating friesian gait! She was imprinted at birth and has been handled regularly since. She leads, loads, ties, and is used to other horses and children. We have priced her to sell. This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine horse to train up your own way for a very reasonable price! We also have her sire and dam for sale as well. They're all current on shots & neg. coggins. Vet says ready to go! We can deliver most anywhere in US very reasonable. Please contact us by e - mail or phone for more information, additional pictures or video clips. Thank you!
About Dandridge, TN
In the 16th century, a substantial Native American chiefdom known as Chiaha was located on Zimmerman's Island, just southwest of Dandridge along the French Broad River. Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto spent several weeks at Chiaha in 1540, and Juan Pardo built a small fort near the chiefdom's main village in 1567. Both expeditions were en route to the chiefdom of Coosa in what is now Georgia. Zimmerman's Island is now submerged by Douglas Lake. The first Euro-American settlers arrived in Dandridge in 1783.