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Welsh Pony Mare for Sale in Bealeton, VA
Misty Shades of Grey (aka Sterling) is a double registered WelshX medium pony mare. Beautiful steel grey w / 4 white socks. Well started under saddle 6 months ago. W / T / C, flying changes and a very scopey and honest jumper. Requires an Interm child rider. Good ground manners, loads, bathes, clips (except ears) , ties, stands for farrier, etc. No nasty pony habits. Lots of show miles this year, Champion in Maiden Hunter, ready to move up with the right rider. 100% Sound and Healthy and UTD on everything. Jumping 2'6" courses with ease, showing 2 ft. Schooled cross country. More photos available, and video with $15 deposit. Visit us at www. stillwaterfarmsva. com or Contact Cynthia at 540-439-6***9
About Bealeton, VA
Bealeton was originally a stop on the former Orange and Alexandria Railroad (absorbed ultimately into the Southern Railway in 1894, now Norfolk Southern), and the old railroad station building can be seen in the Bealeton Station development in front of the new Bealeton Library building. The building was previously located on County Road 805, Bealeton Road, which runs parallel and near the railway. The area was a major traveling point during the Civil War and saw many skirmishes related to nearby engagements. Despite the presence of Confederate troops during the early years of the war, Union troops succeeded in pushing the Confederate line south of the Rappahannock River and eventually into Fredericksburg. This move led to the control of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, thus allowing the Union army to transport supplies deep into southern Virginia.