Bloodlines Plus Performance
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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Fredericksburg, VA
Exceptionally strong, elegant colt. Sweepstakes nominated. Dam is granddaughter of Ansata Ibn Halima and Ibn Moniet El Nefous. Sire is Thee Desperado son. Perfect conformation. Good bone and lots of muscle. Elegant head and neck. Eager to learn and sweet disposition. Sire has just started show career and has placed at Egyptian Event. Currently in top 15 for High Point Horse. Nicknamed "Tornado" for having survived en utero a F -1 tornado direct hit in Sep 2004. Should mature to 15. 2h. Performance horse plus good looks. Definate Sport Horse contender potential.
About Fredericksburg, VA
At the time of European encounter, the indigenous inhabitants of the area that became Fredericksburg were a Siouan-speaking tribe called the Manahoac. English colonists recorded the name of the Manahoac village there as Mahaskahod. Siouan tribes occupied much of the area of the Piedmont. The Tidewater areas of the coastal plain had primarily Algonquian-speaking tribes making up the Powhatan Confederacy. Located on the Rappahannock River near the head of navigation at the fall line, Fredericksburg developed as the frontier of colonial Virginia shifted west from the coastal plain into the Piedmont.