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Friesian Stallion for Sale in Flagstaff, AZ
8 / 22 / 05 specialy bred 2 nd generation Moriesian gelding. Sired by our lovely first generation Moriesian stallion Ivan - Reno. Very pretty head, lots of presence to his conformation, clean straight legs like his sire. Going to make an awesome future dressage horse, and should performe well in western performance and jumping. He should reach 15 hands. Will be an easy keeper like his sire. This guy is easy to train and is people friendly. 50% Friesian and 50% Morgan. Will be registered with the FSHR and the Moriesian Registry by a DNA testing. This guy has some great classic Morgan bloodlines. Reno's Medallion, being a yearling, will allways need constent training, love, and lots of attention!! We're willing to ship our horses any where in AZ. Out of state buyer's are resp
... more»onsible for shipping cost. We are having more foals coming. Please visit our web site any time www. medallionmoriesians. com. Our web site is under new management and is currently behind. Photo's updated, 06 / 04 / 06, $6, 500. 00 ONO!
About Flagstaff, AZ
There are several stories and legends about the origin of the city's name. Surveyors, prospectors, and investors had traveled through the area in the mid- to late-19th century, and the act of stripping a pine tree to fly an American flag has been attributed to several individuals over a twenty-year span. [ citation needed ] It is said that, because of the flag that was raised, the area surrounding it became known as Flagstaff. In one story, this was said to have occurred on July 4, 1876. The first permanent settlement was in 1876, when Thomas F.