5yr old Sorrel 15.1H AQHA, Incentive Fund

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Name
Breed
Quarter Horse
Gender
Stallion
Color
Sorrel
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
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181/4,668
Ad Status
Unaviable
Price
$4,000

Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Rocky Mount, VA

"Noah" is a 5 yr 15. 1 sorrel gelding. He is AQHA registered and in the incentive fund. His Sire is Late Nite Zippo, who is out of Zippos Old Gold. He's had 60 days professional training in the fall of 2003. He has been started on Western Pleasure and I have been riding him on trails as well as giving beginner riding lessons on him during 2004. Current on all vaccinations including EPM and West Nile, teeth floating and wolfe teeth removed. He stands for the vet and farrier, loads, clips and bathes. No vices (cribbing, kicking, etc. ) that I am aware of. Please e - mail me for more information and additional photos.
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About Rocky Mount, VA

Although Robert Hill built a block house (fortified residence and trading post) in the 1740s, the first English colonists arrived here in 1760, and they named Rocky Mount for a steep cliff near the town. The area originally consisted of two adjacent villages, Rocky Mount and Mount Pleasant. Washington Iron Furnace was built by James Callaway and Jeremiah Early on what is now Main Street slightly outside what is now the historic district, and operated by Calloway's heirs and Peter Saunders until damaged by a flood in 1850, with rebuilding stopped by the Civil War. The first court session was held at Rocky Mount in 1786 following the Revolutionary War, in Callaway's home until he deeded land to the town on which to build the (log) courthouse. Rocky Mount had a post office in 1795.

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