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Spotted Saddle Stallion for Sale in Strasburg, VA
Who can find such a horse? One day Ol'Jim is Racking up the Championships; & the next day he's giving the owner a wonderful time on a trail ride! Ol' Jim is registered SSH. A great Trail Racking show horse. Plus, he has a medicine Hat! He must be regretfully sold - - owner is too busy with work to take the time to ride & care for this wonderful horse. For more info: www. emmanuelequinefacility. com ~~~~~@~~~~~~~@P~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
About Strasburg, VA
German-speaking Pennsylvanians were among the first non-native settlers to arrive in the northern Shenandoah Valley and Strasburg area. The luscious greenery and fertile land were prime targets for immigrant farmers. On August 21, 1734 speculator Henry Willis was granted 2,030 acres (8.2 km 2) total of this land by William Gooch, Virginia's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief. Gooch wished to settle the valley to create a buffer between Native American tribes and the rest of the Virginia colony. During the summer of 1735, Willis sold his entire property to Jacob Funk.