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Morgan Mare for Sale in Berryville, VA
Hi! I~m Caprice. I used to be a Park Champion. My father was Applevale Storm King and Trophey was my Granddaddy. Now that I~m retired from competition, I get to live in a huge field with lots of grass instead of that little stall. I get to go on lots of trail rides. They are so much fun! I love to walk along the trail, but I don~t mind running if that~s what you would like. My owners said I was something called ~Sound~, hopefully you~ll understand what that means. I don~t have any vices or bad habits and you can lead me effortlessly on the ground. I am always eager to get into the trailer for a road trip and I really like that guy that gives my hooves a manicure. If you~d like to meet me, please call Chris at 571. 243. 9317.
About Berryville, VA
Berryville was founded at the intersection of the Winchester Turnpike and Charlestown Road. The land was first granted by the Crown to Captain Isaac Pennington in 1734, and George Washington surveyed it on October 23, 1750. In 1754 Pennington sold it to Colonel John Hite. According to legend, Daniel Morgan would engage in combat with young toughs at the intersection, having first piled large stones nearby to use as ammunition in case of need. Because of this story, and a rowdy tavern nearby, the area was first given the informal name of "Battle Town".