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Friesian Stallion for Sale in Honeoye, NY
I have two black / white Friesian cross colts, both out of unregistered ASB mares. They are true black and white tobianos. Actually, one may be smokey black and white, as his dam is. He could be tested for the dilute gene. If he is, that would make him more rare and valuable. The colts would make an excellent matched driving pair, as they should mature around the same height (probably 16h) and their markings are very closely matched. They are very sweet and willing, very level headed, and very flashy. I am asking $5, 000 each, or $9, 000 as a pair. E - mail for more details and photos or go to www. freewebs. com / freewindfarm to check out my farm website. The colts are listed on the "horses for sale" page (I hope to have better photos soon) .
About Honeoye, NY
The name Honeoye comes from the Seneca word ha-ne-a-yah, which means lying finger, or where the finger lies. The name comes from the local story of a Native American whose finger was bitten by a rattlesnake and who therefore cut off his finger with a tomahawk. The area that is now the hamlet of Honeoye is thought to have first been inhabited by the Point Peninsula Indians more than 10,000 years ago. Following them came the Seneca, who settled their village at the northeast part of Honeoye Lake, just north of the present-day community of Honeoye Lake Park. During the American Revolution, this Seneca village was destroyed by General John Sullivan in September 1779 as part of his campaign to eliminate the threat from the Iroquois, most of whose nations were allied with the British.