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Oldenburg Mare for Sale in Orlando, FL
2003 Dark Bay Oldenburg Verband filly by Bavarian Bay stallion, Highlife, who's performance history has been successful to Grand Prix. Being long listed for the 2000 USET Olympic Selection Trials, many USDF awards and top placings at CDI's across the country are some career highlights. Highlife carries the bloodlines of sire, Habicht, who is described as one of the most important sires of his time. He had incredible elastic movement that is passed onto his offspring. Ariel is out of the chestnut Oldenburg mare, Amazone. Amazone has proven to be a quality brood mare passing on traits of exceptional bloodlines, including sires, Andiamo and Admiral I. Ariel has acquired a good mind, athletic ability and a trusting personality. She is very willing to work and will prove to be an exc
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About Orlando, FL
There are very few archaeological sites in the area today, except for the former site of Fort Gatlin along the shores of modern-day Lake Gatlin south of downtown Orlando. In 1823, the Treaty of Moultrie Creek created a Seminole reservation encompassing much of central Florida, including the area which would become Orlando. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 authorized relocation of the Seminole from Florida to Oklahoma, leading to the Second Seminole War. In 1842 white settlement in the area was encouraged by the Armed Occupation Act. After Mosquito County was divided in 1845, Fort Gatlin became the county seat of the newly created Orange County in 1856.