Dream Horse - Tall, Handsome, and Smart!

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Name
Breed
Thoroughbred
Gender
Stallion
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
91/1,796
Ad Status
Available
Price
$5,800

Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Chantilly, VA

Fox is a wonderful horse that needs someone to help him reach his full potential in hunters, jumpers, or eventing. He has a puppy dog personality and tries very hard to please you. Extremely smart and sensitive to aids, so he's easy to train. He's been started over fences; currently jumps 2'6" but has tons of potential for more! Beautiful mover - awesome canter! Has been trail ridden extensively and loves to hack out alone or in large groups. He does not spook at wildlife or traffic and crosses bridges, roads, streams, and obstacles easily. Great ground manners and stands for clipping, shots, farrier, etc. Current on shots, farrier, teeth. Sadly must sell due to moving. Best suited for an experienced rider who can continue his training. Currently located near Aldie and Chanti
... more»lly, VA. No leases. No trials. Good home only.

About Chantilly, VA

Chantilly was home to a number of colonial plantations in the 1700s, including the Sully Plantation (now the Sully Historic Site) built by Richard Bland Lee I. Other plantations included George Richard Lee Turberville's "Leeton Grove" (originally a 5,000+ acre plantation, the main house of which still stands at 4619 Walney Rd.), the John Hutchison Farm, and the Chantilly Plantation, after which Chantilly is named. Cornelia Lee Turberville Stuart, who was born at Leeton and was the daughter of George Richard Lee Turberville and Henrietta Lee, inherited a portion of Leeton in 1817 from her father. Stuart and her husband Charles Calvert Stuart, whom she had married in 1816, constructed the Chantilly Plantation and named it after the Westmoreland County plantation owned by her grandfather, Richard Henry Lee, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. During the Civil War, federal troops destroyed by fire the Chantilly Plantation manor house.

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